Estate Planning - Major Aspects of Personal Finance Management
Here is an Estate Planning Overview For you. We will go over:
Power of Attorney
Living Wills, Health Care Proxies, and Advance Health Care Directives
Personal Representatives Executors and Trustees
Why You Need a Lawyer; and
Asset Protection Planning
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So it seems that too many people have questions about Health Care Directives (they are also called Living Wills or Health Care Powers of Attorney).
I was asked by a new client — > Do I really need a health care power of attorney?
Answer – Well, yes, of course you do.
Unless of course, you want to be held captive to hospitals and doctors who will profit at you being brain-dead, on life support, and them keeping you alive for as long as your insurance will pay (or as long as you have assets that can cover the costs) (or as long as the government will foot the bill for).
Yes, I know I’m a little crass sometimes, but hey, this is the truth my friends.
I mean, come one, you don’t want to be stuck in a hospital any longer than you have to be, right? And if you are like me, when I’m braindead, when my mind is gone, when I’m only alive because a machine keeps me alive, then pull the plug because I don’t want that kind of life. Most of my clients don’t want that either.
We all want to feel good. Live a long life. Live a functional life, as long as we can do so.
I’ve never met anyone who’s said to me — Mike, I don’t want them to pull the plug. Or Mike, make sure they keep me on a ventilator for as long as possible.
You wouldn’t either. Am I right?
So watch this brief video explain my thoughts of Utah Health Care Directives.
As usual, I hope you enjoyed watching and reading my blog.
You can watch the video directly on youtube by clicking on the link below: