Medical and technological advances have improved our quality of life and increased life expectancies; in doing so, these advancements give us more time to spend with our loved ones. Let’s use this time to prepare our families for the inevitable end of life issues that will arise. A well-prepared power of attorney or living will can provide guidance to your loved ones should you need their care. Below is a brief examination of the differences between these documents.
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