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Be a Good Friend – Educate Them About Advance Healthcare Directives

Do you have a friend who haven’t created their estate plan yet? If so, please share this article to them and help them understand the benefits of Advance Healthcare Directives.


Nobody likes to think about their own mortality. But if you wish to maintain control over what happens to you if you get into an accident or become severely ill, it is important to consider your wishes for the worst-case circumstances.

Developing Advance Healthcare Directives ensures you leave instructions for doctors and family members about the types of end-of-life care you do and do not wish to receive. Not only will this provide you with some peace of mind, knowing you have clearly communicated your wishes, but it will also take a significant burden off your family members.

If you become incapacitated, your selected agent who has healthcare power of attorney will be in charge of making healthcare decisions on your behalf. Your advance directives will essentially make these decisions for them, preventing them from having to make a stressful and emotionally difficult decision by themselves.

When you work with Celaya Law, we will talk you through the process of developing advance directives and help you determine what the best choices are for your situation and your wishes. Then you can feel completely comfortable, knowing your loved ones will not have to deal with any additional, unnecessary stress if you become incapable of communicating your own wishes.

Contact us today and we will be happy to be your caring advisors during the difficult yet necessary process of developing your advance directives.

Refer Your Friend to Celaya Law

Please contact us at Celaya Law Firm if you have any clients you believe could benefit from our services: (707) 754-0977.

Celaya Law is an estate planning law firm in Napa, California. Attorney Anthony Celaya helps families in Napa, Sonoma, St. Helena, Calistoga, and the surrounding areas with setting up wills and living trusts, special needs planning, asset protection, probate administration, business law, and retirement planning.


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