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​​​What Will Be Your Legacy?

Create peace of mind with a plan that secures your legacy, preserves hard earned assets and passes them on to the ones you love.

What happens, if you find yourself or a family member in an irreversible persistent vegetative state? What life sustaining measures do you want to artificially prolong your life in the event of a terminal disease or injury? If you don't have the proper documents in place, someone other than you will be tasked with making those decisions for you.

Terry Shivo Case

Terri Schiavo was a woman who was in an irreversible persistent vegetative state from 1990 to 2005. The case arose out of the fact that she did not have a living will. Schiavo's husband and legal guardian argued that Schiavo would not have wanted prolonged artificial life support without the prospect of recovery, and elected to remove her feeding tube. Schiavo's parents argued in favor of continuing artificial nutrition and hydration and challenged Schiavo's medical diagnosis. The highly publicized and prolonged series of legal challenges presented by her parents caused a seven-year delay before Schiavo's feeding tube was ultimately removed.

Living Will

A living will is a document that provides your doctors and family with clear directions regarding how you want your medical care to be handled toward the end of your life. More specifically, a living will states your desires regarding  extraordinary life sustaining measures and whether they are to be used to artificially prolong your life in the event that you are stricken with a terminal disease or injury.

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