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Florida Advanced Directives

Taking practical steps when you’re healthy that designate for situations that arise in the event of medical emergencies or incapacitation.

Although not required under Florida law, every individual living in Florida should include advanced directives such as a living will, healthcare surrogate designation, durable power of attorney and anatomical donations as part of their estate plan.

These documents are highly useful in the event of incapacitation. By the use of these documents, individuals can designate who they would like to make medical and financial decisions on their behalf in the event that they can not make them for themselves. These designations can be changed overtime by amendment or cancelation. Our firm can assist in the preparation of these documents and recommend which Advanced Healthcare Directive you need in your estate plan.

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