Washington probate and estate planning attorney Tom Oldfield explains what a living will is and how very important it is to have one.
A living will expresses exactly how you want things handled if for some reason you lose the ability to make your own decisions. Whether you’ve lost consciousness or dementia is a factor, it’s important to make a living will before you lose the chance to be in control of your life. If a living will is not made, the state is most likely going to make decisions instead of a loved one. You need to give someone you love the power of attorney to help you in your times of need. Watch the video now to learn more.
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