Elder-care attorneys help clients plan end-of-life care

02/28/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Elder-care attorneys say that ensuring your preferences for end-of-life care are followed means using legal documents designated by state law, such as living wills, and communicating your wishes to the people who will be called on when you can't make decisions for yourself. Attorneys say they spend a lot of time urging clients to consider end-of-life wishes and then helping them select the best people to be their advocates.

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