Living Will

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Cory Krueger - March 20, 2018

Five Things To Know About Living Wills

Living wills are incredibly useful for people all ages. Even if you are young and in good health, you should consider creating a living will. A living will allows an individual to dictate end of life care should an accident or illness leave them incapacitated. Living wills can also protect family members from having to make difficult decisions about your medical care because the living will states your wishes.

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Cory Krueger - June 12, 2017

Power of Attorney vs. Living Will: What’s the Difference and Do You Need Both?

Estate planning can be an overwhelming process without the help of an attorney. Many Texans are unaware of the difference between a power of attorney and a living will – and both documents are extremely important for end of life care. To understand whether you need a power of attorney, living will, or both, you need to understand their subtle differences.

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