If you were diagnosed with a terminal or irreversible condition, would you want doctors to use artificial methods to keep you alive? Even if you’re incapacitated, you can make your wishes known using a directive to physicians.
John Goehrs Attorney at Law can help you draw up a clear, legally binding directive. He’ll guide you through the process by relying on his 30 years of experience. Talk to him about your wishes today.
For your directive to be valid, two responsible adults must witness it. At least one of those witnesses cannot be someone who:
You’ve chosen as your agent in a medical power of attorney document.
Is related to you by blood or marriage.
Will receive any part of your estate when you die.
Is your attending physician or employed by your attending physician.
To learn more about who can and can’t be a witness to your directive, get in touch with attorney John Goehrs. He can help you choose the right individuals to witness the signing.
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