That is why it is important to consider drafting a health care directive. This document will allow you to designate someone you trust to make health care decisions for you in the event you can no longer do so. The directive will also let you communicate your wishes and intentions about your health care, including end-of-life decisions, palliative care and organ donation.

Contact Business Estate & Tax Attorneys, P.C., today and one of our experienced California estate planning attorneys can consult with you to explain the health care rights and options you have to assist your family in the event you suffer an unexpected health care emergency.