Living Wills Attorneys in Latham, NY

A Living Will informs your health care providers and family of your wishes regarding life prolonging medical treatment if you become terminally ill. You can also state any desires you have to donate your tissue and organs for transplant, research, or educational purposes and to die at home or in hospice if you become terminally ill. This document is sometimes referred to as an Advance Directive, Health Care Directive, or a Physiciana��s Directive.

A Living Will only becomes effective if you are terminally ill and unable to voice your wishes. If you do not have a Living Will or would like to change your Living Will, contact Latham living wills attorneys today today.