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Direct Your Health Care With A Health Care Proxy

When it comes to making decisions about medical treatments, most people want to have a say in the process. But when an individual becomes incapacitated or is otherwise unable to make decisions regarding health care, it can be hard for that individual to maintain control over the situation.

With a health care proxy, individuals can ensure that they have the final say in everything from medical treatments to life support and feeding tubes. A health care proxy can also dictate what individuals would like done with their organs when they pass away.

Establishing A Health Care Proxy

At Koldin Law Center, P.C., we’ve helped countless individuals in central and western New York establish health care proxies. With help from one of our qualified attorneys, you can appoint someone you trust to make medical decisions on your behalf in the event you lose the ability to make your own decisions. After discussing your medical wishes, we can help you draft a legal document that explains all of your wishes to your proxy, giving that person the authority to act in your best interests.

Whether you want to limit your health care proxy’s ability to make decisions or you want to give that person full control, we will help you tailor your estate plan to your needs and wishes.

You’re Never Rushed At Koldin Law Center, P.C.

At our law firm, we believe in providing quality service to people who we don’t see as just clients, but as family. During a free initial consultation, we promote relaxed conversations about your estate plan that can involve your entire family if you’d like.

Our focus on estate planning for individuals over the past 50 years has made us a trusted authority in the community and we encourage you to see why. To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our lawyers, contact our firm online or call our East Syracuse office (315-314-3205). It’s never too late – there is always something you can do. Contact us today.

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