Leaving your loved ones to make tough decisions about your final medical treatment at the end of your life puts them in a terrible place. It will be hard enough grieving over the potential loss of someone who has been such an important part of their lives. Is it fair to make them agonize over what you would want done if you could speak for yourself?

Understanding Living Wills

A living will states your wishes regarding feeding tubes and other critical health care services if death is imminent or if you are in a permanent vegetative state. A properly executed living will helps to ease the burden on family members who may be uncertain of your wishes. By clearly communicating your medical care preferences, you can help reduce the chances of unnecessary family conflicts if you suffer a sudden accident or illness.

Carrying On A 40+ Year Legacy

I am estate planning attorney Michael G. Horton. I am carrying on the legacy of my father who began helping individuals in 1975 with various legal needs, including living wills. Through the years, he has built a respectable reputation in the community. Today, I carry on that trust by continuing to provide quality services to those located throughout the Orlando, Florida, metropolitan area.

Let me help you create a will to outline your wishes and give you the peace of mind you need and deserve.

Start With A Free Initial Consultation. Contact My Office Today.

It is never too early to plan ahead. The time to prepare for unexpected events such as dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, or the long-term effects of a stroke or other illness is today —while you are still mentally competent.

Schedule a free initial consultation with me today. Contact my office online in Clermont or call 352-394-4008.

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