Reduce Confusion For Your Loved Ones With A Living Will
With offices in Warrendale and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the living will lawyers at Richards & Richards, LLP have been providing healthcare directive assistance to individuals and their families throughout western Pennsylvania for three generations.
What Is A Pennsylvania Living Will?
A Pennsylvania living will is a directive in the event you are incapacitated or otherwise unable to make a final healthcare decision.
Do I Need A Living Will?
If you want to ensure your wishes are carried out in the event you become incapacitated, or if you want to have the ability to designate someone to make decisions on your behalf, then you want a living will. A living will can also avoid family strife and turmoil, such as that by Terri Schiavo.
Those familiar with Terri Schiavo recall that she became incapacitated with no living will. A bitter, expensive, and drawn out legal battle ensued between her husband, who contended she had confided that she did not want to be placed on artificial life support if she suffered permanent brain damage, and her parents, who claimed she was a devout Catholic and would never consent to anything that would end her life.
This issue could have been avoided if Terri Schiavo had a living will.
Make Sure Your Final Wishes Are Known
A valid living will can help erase uncertainty for your loved ones. You owe it to yourself and them to make your wishes clear. Call 412-261-2620 or contact us online to schedule a free initial consultation.