Planning for disability or incapacity is something that many individuals overlook. We all anticipate death at some point, but many do not realize that an illness or injury is just as likely. If you become disabled and unable to care for yourself, you want to make sure that your intentions are clearly stated. From financial to healthcare decisions, incapacity planning can encompass many important issues that disabled individuals and their family members may face.
There are many tools available to help create a comprehensive plan for your healthcare decisions.
When you have a plan in place that clearly states your wishes, this can make it easier on your loved ones, who may find it difficult to make healthcare and financial choices. You can also minimize disputes between family members and preserve harmony.
You want to always be prepared for the unexpected and unknown. Although there are numerous uncertainties in life, incapacity planning is something that you can control. The peace of mind that you can give to you and your family is priceless.
Learn additional details about incapacitation planning. Call us at (516) 806-4414.
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