East Brunswick Health Care Directives Lawyer
Have you ever thought about who will make health care-related decisions for you if you should become unable to make those decisions for yourself. Establishing an advanced health care directive creates a plan for such an event.
If you are seeking representation for establishing an advanced health care directive, the Law Office of Robert C. Nisenson, L.L.C., is here for you. Attorney Robert C. Nisenson has more than 25 years of experience handling a broad range of estate planning matters for clients in East Brunswick and throughout surrounding areas.
Advance Health Care Directives
Establishing an advanced health care directive has many advantages. Such a legal document can keep decisions in your hands or the hands of a trusted loved one, rather than letting a court decide. Furthermore, leaving explicit instructions regarding your future medical treatment can spare your loved ones from vexing decisions and potential disputes.
Advance health care directives can include:
- Health care proxies: A health care proxy appoints a trusted person to act as your health care representative in the event you become incapacitated.
- Living wills: A living will is a set of instructions regarding your medical treatment.
Advance health care directives do not go into effect until a doctor has deemed you do not have the ability to make sound decisions for yourself. If you should regain your capacity, the directive will be terminated.
Experienced Lawyer For Creating Living Wills In Middlesex County
Do you need help establishing an advance health care directive or living will in New Jersey? Our law firm can help. Contact us today online or by telephone at 732-518-8038 or toll-free at 800-645-9625 to arrange a free initial consultation with an experienced East Brunswick health care directives attorney.