Don't Let the Judge Make Medical Decisions for You

Create an advance health care directive or living will

If you don't have an advance health care directive, also known as a living will, it will be up to your loved ones or the court system to make medical decisions if you're incapacitated. Don't leave your future and care up to chance. Castricone & Heavner Law. can help you draft a living will that will outline what decisions should be made if you're ever unable to speak on your own behalf.

Attorney Castricone will explain your options and help you outline everything from general care to directions for specific situations. A health emergency can happen at any time, but with an advance healthcare directive, you can make sure your interests are respected.

Call 845-351-8777 today to schedule a free consultation with our experienced attorney. We have flexible appointment scheduling to fit your needs.

What can an advance health care directive cover?

A living will goes into effect the moment you're incapacitated. You can designate your wishes regarding all kinds of medical treatments, including...

  • Whether or not you're comfortable with CPR, ventilators or artificial nutrition
  • Whether or not you want life support treatments or surgeries
  • What kind of comfort care you want, if necessary

You can also designate a trusted individual to make medical decisions on your behalf. Create a living will by working with attorney Castricone today.