Living Will and Estate Planning

Make Your Own Healthcare Decisions

An Advance Directive, also known as a Living Will, grants you the right to make important health care decisions. Understanding and exercising these rights under New Jersey Law is crucial. With an Advance Directive, you have the power to designate someone who will make decisions on your behalf and articulate your preferences regarding your health care. You also retain the right to decline any treatments and establish future directives that will guide your loved ones and health care providers.

It’s important to note that your Advance Directive will only come into effect if you become unable to make decisions for yourself. Remember, you have the freedom to change your mind about any of these decisions at any time. Your appointed health care representative possesses legal authority to make decisions on your behalf. Taking the time to engage in open conversations with your family and doctor is essential. Consulting an attorney can provide assistance in finalizing your wishes and ensuring their enforceability in your care journey.

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At Freeman & Patel, we are here to assist you in the execution of a Living Will. This important document enables you to proactively establish your wishes based on your personal and/or religious beliefs. The extent of medical intervention you are comfortable with during a health crisis is a deeply personal and significant choice. By executing an Advance Directive, you provide invaluable guidance to your loved ones and physicians when they are faced with decision-making responsibilities. Rest assured, having an Advance Directive guarantees that you will receive appropriate medical care. However, decisions regarding interventions such as Mechanical Ventilation and Artificially Provided Nutrition and Fluids may still need to be made. You have the option to make these decisions now or entrust them to a family member when the need arises, or even both.

You have the freedom to modify or revoke your advance directive whenever you choose. It is within your rights to make decisions regarding your medical treatment. To ensure your wishes are known and respected, it is advisable to put them in writing and keep a readily accessible copy for yourself and your loved ones. Distributing copies of the advance directive to your designated health care representative (proxy), doctor, as well as appropriate family members or friends is also essential.

Comprehensive Estate Planning Services

In addition to assisting with advance directives, the attorneys at Freeman & Patel can also provide valuable guidance in estate planning. Estate planning involves making important decisions about how your assets and belongings will be handled and distributed after your passing. It’s a comprehensive approach to ensure your wishes are carried out and your loved ones are taken care of. Our dedicated team can help you navigate the complexities of estate planning, including the creation of wills, trusts, and other important documents. By proactively addressing these matters, you can have peace of mind knowing that your estate will be managed according to your intentions. Contact us today to explore your estate planning options and secure a comprehensive plan for the future.

Contact Freeman & Patel for Representation from an Experienced NJ/NY Living Will and Estate Planning Lawyer

For all your legal needs related to Living Will and Estate Planning in New York and New Jersey, call Freeman & Patel at 732-494-7900 for a free evaluation with a skilled and experienced law attorney.

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