- January 23, 2024
- Kelvin Birk
- Estate Planning
Imagine that you are dying and being forced to suffer painful and unnecessary medical procedures because you are unable to communicate and stop them from happening. While no one want to contemplate becoming incapacitated or dying, doing proper planning now, while you are of sound mind and able to make good decisions, can prevent major problems should something serious happen to you in the future.
One of the most important ways to prevent such problems is by making a living will, or advance health care directive, which ensures your wishes are honored in the event of serious illness or incapacity. In Missouri, creating a living will involves stating your medical treatment preferen [...]