What You Need To Know About Advanced Healthcare Directives Part 5
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In this article Ian Filippini will be giving more information on advanced healthcare directives. As mentioned in Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 death can be a touchy subject. It is generally not something we want to think about, whether it be our own death or the death of a loved one. Of course the truth is that we are all going to perish one day. Many people have heard of an advanced healthcare directive. This sounds like a big and scary term, but it is something serious that should be looked into, usually when you begin estate planning. There can be many details associated with advanced healthcare directives, which is why you should discuss them with your financial professional at the same time you are meeting about estate planning. One trustworthy and educated financial professional is Ian Filippini. In this article Ian Filippini will briefly discuss some more of the basic facts on creating an advanced healthcare directive. Ian Filippini urges you to take this information to your own personal financial professional when considering creating an advanced healthcare directive.
Please note that Ian Filippini is not a medical professional or a doctor. During the estate planning process Ian Filippini has been asked if people should write out their healthcare instructions, even if they have chosen a healthcare agent. Ian Filippini says that the answer is yes. Ian Filippini says that it is always a good idea to write your medical wishes down in case your healthcare agent is unavailable.
Ian Filippini has been asked the most common types of instructions given on an advanced healthcare directive. Ian says that most people instruct for medications or not, respirator machines, and also any organ donation instructions you would like to give.
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