If You Don’t Have a Healthcare Surrogate
Appointed or a Living Will,
Fill Out the Form Below to
Download One Free of Charge.
By: Laurie E. Ohall
Now, more than ever, it’s important to have a healthcare surrogate appointed and a Living Will in place in the event that you get sick or become incapacitated and lose the ability to speak for yourself.
A comprehensive healthcare directive not only spells out your preferences for medical and end-of-life care (including your wishes regarding ventilation, feeding tubes, resuscitation, nursing home care, etc.), but these documents also allows you to appoint a person you trust to make decisions and communicate with doctors if you are unable.
If you don’t already have a healthcare surrogate appointed and a Living Will created as part of your estate plan, you can download this important legal document free of charge by filling out this form below: