Your wishes should be put in writing


Anita Starchman-BryantI regularly advise that anyone over the age of 18 should have an Advance Health Care Directive. An Advance Health Care Directive informs your doctor, your family and your friends of your health care wishes when you are unable to make those decisions for yourself.
This important legal document also identifies who you choose to make those decisions for you. Preparing a well drafted Advance Health Care Directive means your loved ones will not need to guess your desires with re...

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