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Why End-of-Life Planning is Important: Expert Advice from Probate Attorney

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  1. Why End-of-Life Planning is Important: Expert Advice from Probate Attorney Most people hope to die in their sleep. But, when death comes eventually, we can’t assure that it will happen so gently and painlessly. However, we should always have a proper End-of-Life planning. In most cases, when individuals talk about estate planning, they are discussing what they expect to happen after their sudden demise. But, one of the most important parts of estate planning is assuring your wishes are remembered for medical care in the event of inability and appointing a reliable person to ensure those desires are acknowledged and carried out. One serious assumption that most people make is that they have enough time to talk about those issues with close ones. Such assumptions often prove to be tragically wrong. Though, you can always hire probate attorney in Riverside County who will give you the most reliable guidance.

  2. Who Needs End-of-Life Planning? A sudden accident or severe illness such as stroke can hit an adult of any age. When that occurs, the individual is often unable to reveal or write his/her wishes. With an advanced medical technology, a person who once would have expired may now be retained live for days, weeks, months, or years. Now, the question is: at what expense, and what benefit could be accomplished? And what considerations need to be taken, or withheld? Think about these circumstances for a moment: · If you were in a deep unconsciousness or comma with nearly no chance of rehabilitation, will you want to be kept breathing by artificial means? · After a serious injury or illness, you may alive but what if you would need incentive care for the rest of your life? · What if you would need extraordinary actions to keep you alive? Full article here: https://chrisbarsness.tumblr.com/post/167010073619/why-end-of-life- planning-is-important-expert More about probate: http://www.madduxlaw.com/