As we discussed in last week's blog post, long-term care planning with a living will can be very important when a person faces a health emergency. Kent residents who do not have a living will may want to explore the advantages of having one drafted.
Now that there is a large population reaching an advanced age, living wills are becoming more and more popular. Most people want control over what happens to them if they are no longer able to make health care decisions and a living will is the way to specify health care directives to loved ones. And for those who are younger, a living will can be important if a person is involved in an unexpected accident.