Helping you establish a Living Will
A Living Will, also known in Texas as a Directive to Physicians, is an effective way to communicate what medical care you do or do not want if your death is imminent. It relieves your family from having to make difficult decisions for you and should be a part of your estate plan.
What is a Living Will?
A Living Will is a document that articulates your wishes related to end-of-life medical treatment. Most people have strong opinions about what should be done for their own end-of-life care but may lose the ability to communicate those preferences regarding the type of care they receive. Family members want to honor the desires of the family. By signing a Directive to Physicians, you will tell your family your expectations and eliminate any struggle for your family about your intentions. A Living Will should be part of your estate plan.