Alpharetta Living Will Attorney Firm
A Living Will reflects your decisions as to what medical procedures you wish to have withdrawn (or not withdrawn) if your end of life is near. There are several procedures that should and can be addressed in your Living Will. Each of these should be thoughtfully considered as to your religious beliefs and your previous experiences with loved ones passing.
Sometimes this document may also be referred to as an Advanced Directive or Directive to Physicians.
If you have an opinion as to what procedures you wish to have continued or withdrawn if it is medically clear that you are near the end of life, reach out to us today.
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The four things your health care agent can do under your Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care, sometimes referred to as a health care power of attorney, are: make treatment health care decisions for YOU, access YOUR private and protected health information, make end-of-life decisions for YOU, and make decisions about how YOUR remains are treated after you pass away.