Clients can at times feel concerned over a future event that can be out of their own control. It is important that our clients be informed and aware of different planning techniques that can protect our client’s needs and meet their wishes. The Living Will is a tool that is often times considered by clients. A Living Will is essentially a document describing the medical care our client wants to receive should our client become terminally ill and unable to make decisions for him or herself. The difference between a Living Will and a Last Will & Testament is the simple fact that a Living Will is used while you are alive and a Last Will & Testament is used upon your death.
All initial consultations and further communication with your attorney through the life of your matter will be held of utmost importance and confidential so that we may discuss your matter and any issues of concern in an open and candid, professional environment. Contact your New Jersey Estate Planning Attorney today.