Living Will

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SPEAK WITH AN ESTATE PLANNING ATTORNEY IN LITTLETON, CO TODAY

In most cases, you have full control over your own medical care. But when you're no longer able to express our own wishes, the situation can become very unclear. A living will, also called a directive, lets you clearly state your wishes for end-of-life medical care. Let our estate attorney, Carolyn Duncan, at Carolyn Moller Duncan, P.C. help you create your living will today.Carolyn Moller Duncan, P.C. is located in Littleton, CO and practices estate planning laws and procedures. Our  estate planning attorney will help you navigate the living will process.Don't delay-call 720-573-0864 now to gain legal counsel from a trusted estate planning attorney in Littleton, CO.

UNDERSTAND THE FACTS ABOUT YOUR LIVING WILL

Living wills can provide direction and reduce ambiguity during a difficult time, by spelling out your wishes on the use of feeding tubes, resuscitation and other life-prolonging procedures. In order to understand more about living wills, consider these facts:

  • Living will rules vary from state to state
  • Living wills must be legal documents, not simply verbal or even written directives
  • You can change your living will at any time
  • You can draft your living will once you turn 18

Carolyn Duncan will walk you through the state-specific rules concerning your living will, and help you define your wishes. Contact Carolyn Moller Duncan, P.C. today to speak with an experienced estate planning attorney.