Make Sure Your Advance Directives Are Available When They Are Needed Most

As an estate planning and elder law firm, we advise all of our clients about the importance of creating advance directives and keeping them up to date. However, it is equally important to let your love ones, physicians and financial advisors know that you have created these documents—and, where to find them.

If your documents are stored on your computer, do your loved ones have the file name or password necessary to access them?


If you’ve placed your planning documents in a safe, do your loved ones know the combination?


As an estate planning and elder law firm, we advise all of our clients about the importance of creating advance directives and keeping them up to date. However, it is equally important to let your loved ones, physicians, and financial advisors know that you have created these documents—and, where to find them...


We understand how difficult it is to begin a conversation of this nature, and we can help you find the best ways to broach the topic with your loved ones. Experience tells us that families who are able to open up in this manner draw closer together and feel a sense of relief afterwards.

One more point, as we keep a scan of all of our client’s documents, on many occasions a client has called our office to have us send over to the medical provider a copy of their Advance Care Directive.


Just another service provided by Lansky Law Firm.

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