Living Wills

Have your wishes honored if your medical condition requires assistance in making your decisions.

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Craft a clear path with a living will for personalized end-of-life healthcare directives

Creating an advance health care directive, known as a “living will,” is an important way to have your wishes honored if you were to be in a terminal medical condition or coma with little hope of recovery. Catastrophic illnesses or accidents can happen to anyone at any time. You could hope that your spouse or other family members could tell doctors if you had shared whether you would want to be put on life support or not — but without a living will in place to explain your wishes, Pennsylvania doctors would have an obligation to keep you alive, even if that means feeding you through a tube.

That’s why a living will is an essential component of your estate plan regardless of your age. Before your instructions will be followed, you must be declared incompetent and be either in a terminal condition or permanent state of unconsciousness. A doctor must certify that you are in this condition and obtain a second opinion.

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Understanding your options when setting up your estate


Ensure that your assets will be passed on to the next generation to your satisfaction.

Revocable Living Trusts

Learn about the financial advantages that revocable living trusts can sometimes have over standard wills.

Power of Attorney

Choose who has the power to make decisions on your behalf should this need become necessary.

Living Wills

Create an advance healthcare directive to ensure your wishes are honored if you become incapacitated.

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RQP Law can draft a living will that allows you to specify your wishes and name a trusted person to communicate them to medical providers if the need arises. This can give you the peace of mind that your wishes will be honored and communicated to family members and medical providers.

We are pleased to meet with you in either of our Pennsylvania offices to discuss your estate planning challenges.

Primary Office

192 South Hanover Street
Suite 101
Pottstown, PA 19464

Satellite Office

210 West Grant Street
Lancaster, PA 17603