Rochester Estate Planning Lawyer Discusses Health Care Proxies

As an experienced Rochester Estate Planning Lawyer, people often ask me about health care proxies.

  • Healthcare Proxies, also known as durable power of attorneys are used to appoint an agent to carry out your wishes if you become disabled.
  • Living wills allow you to say whether or not you want to refuse medical treatment if you are in a coma or have a terminal illness.

Are you considering getting a healthcare proxy?  If so, contact attorney Robert Friedman for a legal consultation. Let his 30+ years of experience work for you.

This educational legal video was brought to you by Robert Friedman, an experienced Rochester Estate Planning Lawyer.[

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