New Jersey Proxy Directive
Who do you trust to make healthcare decisions? A New Jersey Proxy Directive is a person’s written indication of the person that makes health care decisions on their behalf. If you are lacking a Proxy Directive to provide guidance to family and health care providers as to your wishes, decisions about your health care may be made for you by a court-appointed guardian, your wife or husband, your adult child, your parent, your adult sibling, an adult relative, or a close friend. The individual making healthcare decisions for you may or may not be aware of your wishes concerning treatment restrictions. If you have a Proxy Directive and discuss it with your family and significant people in your life, it will better assure that your wishes will be carried out. Let us draft this important document for $167.95. Should you order this document from Spiegel and Utrera, P.A., the document will be complete and a draft document will be conveyed to you for your review and make reasonable changes upon request.
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