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Written by attorney Meredith Aggers O'Brien | Jul 28, 2016

Advanced Directives

Living Wills and Health Care Powers of Attorney are commonly referred to as “advanced directives” because they give health care providers and family members direction for your medical treatment and end of life care should you be unable to communicate your wishes.

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