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Few things in life are certain. One is that, sooner or later, our life will come to an end. Less certain is our quality of life, whether we will maintain the mental capacity to function independently.
Many people plan for their financial future, for the future of their children, for future employment opportunities. However, they fail to plan for end of life issues. Who do you want your possessions to go to when you pass? Who do you want as the guardian of your minor children in the event of an untimely passing? Who will make financial and medical decisions in the event you become unable to do so or, just as important, who do you not want to make those decisions? If you are suffering with an irreversible condition that makes you unable to care for yourself or make decisions and will not survive without life sustaining treatments, do you want your doctor to keep you alive? In that regard, is it a decision you want to burden a family member with making?
By planning ahead, you can have many of these questions answered for your family members and friends. And if you would like to put your plan into action, contact Edward A. Jendrzey, Attorney at Law.