Advance Care Planning
Plan Today to Make Tomorrow Less Stressful for Your Family
What is Advance Care Planning?
Advance care planning is an essential part of every well-crafted estate plan. It involves the decisions you make for the future regarding your preferences for personal health care, and then letting others, such as your family and medical team, know about those decisions. The goal is to make your preferences known if you cannot express them yourself.
Will Your Family Be Forced to Guess?
Without advance care planning documents, your family will be asked to make difficult decisions about your care without knowing what you would want. This puts everyone in a difficult position and sets the stage for family conflict. Advance care planning decisions cover a wide variety of topics, including the use of emergency treatments to keep you alive.
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Tube feeding and intravenous therapy (IV) use for fluids
Get Help Creating Advance Care Planning Documents
Advance care planning can be an intimidating task. There are a variety of things to consider and it can be difficult to figure out where to start. Truhlsen Elder Care Law of Nebraska can help you with the creation of every type of advance care planning document, including:
Advance Care Directives
Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
Do Not Resuscitate Order
Documented Preferences = Peace of Mind
Document your wishes with an advance care plan. Let Truhlsen Elder Care Law of Nebraska guide you through the process. Schedule your confidential consultation today to get started. Call (402) 426-8877 or email us.