Advanced Directive for Healthcare (Living Will)
What Is A Living Will And What Can It Do For You?
The law firm at Grace Law Offices provides legal services in a wide range of practice areas, including family law, bankruptcy and foreclosure, civil litigation, and criminal defense. Our attorneys understand that each client has unique goals and needs when it comes to their case.
We work closely with you throughout the entire process to ensure that your interests are represented at all times. We also make sure that you understand what is going on with your case so that you can make informed decisions about the course of action you want to take moving forward.
We offer our clients a number of advantages when it comes to working with us. First and foremost, we are experienced lawyers who know how to get results for our clients quickly and efficiently.
Our attorneys also provide free initial consultations so that you can determine if our services are right for your situation before making any commitments or paying any fees upfront. If we agree to represent you after reviewing your case information during an initial consultation, then we will enter into a written retainer agreement with specific terms and conditions on how our representation will proceed from that point forward until the completion of your case.
At Grace Law Offices, we offer the following services:
- Advanced directives. We help you create a written plan to guide your future care, including healthcare decisions and financial arrangements. This is called an “advanced directive.”
- Medical powers of attorney. We help you designate someone to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so.
- Living wills and other documents related to end-of-life planning. We can help you prepare documents that explain what kind of medical treatment you want at the end of your life and who should make these decisions for you.
- Guardian appointment proceedings. If someone close to you is unable to care for herself and clarify how they differ between incapacity or physical disability, we can help determine whether guardianship is appropriate and appoint a guardian if needed.
- Living Trusts and estate administration services. When someone dies, his or her property must be distributed according to the terms of his or her will or trust if one exists (or according to state law if no will exists). We can help administer an estate and ensure that all assets are properly accounted for before they pass into new ownership through sale or distribution by will or trust agreement.
Make sure you get assistance from a lawyer who understands the nuances of estate planning.
Whether you’re creating a living trust or any other type of estate planning document, it’s important to get help from a lawyer who understands the nuances of estate planning. Our lawyers shop for property valuations or other estate-related documents. Doing this will make it easier for you to understand the process and make decisions about what belongs where.