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  • Gabriel B. Lenhart

End Of Life Planning, Where To Begin: The Most Important Conversation

In life we prepare for everything. Marriage, children, college, and retirement. Despite the conversations we have for these important milestones, rarely do we have conversations about how we want to be cared for at the end of our lives.

Talking is the single most important thing that you can do to prepare for the death of someone you love.

Planning well in advance will help safeguard a loved one's well-being and your peace of mind. As difficult as it may be, the planning starts with an incredibly important conversation about what your loved one wants at the end of their life.

Where do you begin when it comes to planning for the end?

Please note that this article is a general summary of law and omits many important details, footnotes, and caveats. It is no substitute for legal advice from a lawyer based on your particular circumstances.

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