Louisville's Attorneys for Living Wills & Health Care Directives

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Living Will & Testament Attorneys

If you think creating a living will and testament is the same thing as a traditional last will and testament, think again. While a last will and testament will focus largely on how your estate is to be divided up upon your death, living wills instead focus on your wishes regarding end-of-life medical care should you be unable to communicate these wishes to loved ones or doctors. While this document will have no power after your death, it can play an important role when major life-or-death decisions may need to be made. Because of this, work closely with Michener Mullins & Arrington to craft a document that will clearly spell out your wishes.

Health Care Directives in Louisville Area

Since much thought will need to go into deciding which power of attorneys is needed for your situation and whom should be given this tremendous decision-making authority, never rely on attorneys who do not focus in this area of law. Instead, schedule a consultation soon with Michener Mullins & Arrington. to handle your affairs once you pass away, a trust lawyer or real estate lawyer can explain key differences between wills & trusts.

Living Wills & Living Trusts

Along with living wills, many people also may want to create a living trust. This document, which can let you place various assets into a trust and then appoint a trustee to oversee the distribution of assets upon your death, is popular in that it allows you to skip the probate process and make the distribution of your estate’s assets much easier.

Whether you need to create a living trust or have questions about a living will and testament, discuss your concerns in more detail by consulting at your earliest convenience with Michener Mullins & Arrington.

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