The Top 7 Essential End-of-Life Documents

By: Home Care Assistance

Of all the things that most of us postpone, end-of-life planning must be at the top of the list. Who wants to think about the end of their life when it hasn’t happened yet and could be years away? The sobering fact is that an accident or illness can happen at any age and scrambling to put end-of-life documents in place during a time of crisis can lead to family conflict and disagreement over your wishes.

Not only is advanced planning complicated, but to make things more challenging, every state has different names for similar documents. Still, the goal is the same — to allow you to state what you or your family member wants for healthcare interventions and who is designated to carry out those wishes. End-of-life documents also serve a dual purpose of guiding your family during times of medical and financial need.

Continue reading the complete article to get started with end-of-life planning here.

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