Advanced Health Care Directive in Rancho Cucamonga
Give Your Family the Gift of Peace of Mind
If you were to suddenly become incapacitated and unable to make medical
decisions for yourself, what would you do? Without an advanced health
care directive, your health and even life itself could be in the hands
of someone who doesn't know what your wishes would be, or worse, who
you wouldn't trust.
The Role & Responsibilities of a Healthcare Agent
The healthcare agent that you designate in your advanced healthcare directive
is able to make decisions on your behalf if and when you become unable
to do so. Through your directive, you can set guidelines for your agent
in order to help him or her make decisions that you would make for yourself.
Therefore, it is important to name a healthcare agent who is an adult,
knows you well, is reliable and trustworthy, and who is able to communicate
clearly with medical professionals in regards to your care.
The healthcare agent that you designate is able to make decisions regarding:
- What happens to your organs after you pass away
- The hospitals or clinics where you are treated
- Duration of life support
- Use of CPR, dialysis, breathing machines, or feeding tubes
- Blood transfusions
- What tests are performed
- End-of-life care
Call Nguyen Law Group to Learn More About Advanced Health Care Directives
With the help of our
Rancho Cucamonga estate planning attorney at Nguyen Law Group, you can be confident that your healthcare wishes
will be clearly stated in an official and legalized advanced health care
directive and that a healthcare agent of your choice will be named to
care for you in your time of need.
Call our Rancho Cucamonga will and trust attorney at (909) 328-6280 for a
complimentary consultation. Nguyen Law Group is ready to serve you!