July 16, 2019
Living Will Consultation
If you are looking to get quality Living Will Consultation, then you should look into contacting The Fetty Firm P.C. With over 10 years of experience, our attorney Rallshelle Fetty is fully capable of assisting you on many types of legal matters. Even more, thanks to our small size, we are able to provide personal and attentive care to all of our clients. When it comes to a living will consultation, you do not want to compromise on quality.
A living will, also known as an advanced directive, provide doctors and caregivers instructions for what type of medical treatments you want or do not want if you become unable to give the instructions yourself. A couple of things to keep in mind are that the living will instructions include resuscitating orders and organ donation orders. Creating a living will document now will help ensure your wishes are carried out accordingly. Furthermore, they will help prevent potential problems with family and loved ones.
Expert Living Will Consultation
For a living will to become valid, the conditions below must be met:
- You (the declarant) must be in a competent state
- A requirement of two witnesses
- The directive can be oral with 2 witnesses and an attending physician
- A written directive will become part of your medical record; if oral, the witnesses will have to sign medical records
Living wills can be revoked at any time. They are important because they are the key documents that state your medical wishes. So rather than having your spouse make a life-or-death decision on your behalf, you’ll have your wishes honored as stated in the living will. Fortunately, the law office of Rashelle Fetty is able to assist you as you decide on your living will. We will advise you on all current Texas Law regarding health care decisions.
You can get in touch with The Fetty Firm P.C. for more information on living wills by calling (214) 546-5746 or clicking here. Moreover, if you want to learn more about Living Will Consultation, click here.