As more and more people seek out advance directives as part of their estate plan, practitioners need to expand their ability to service this clientele. When it comes to end-of-life decisions, there is no "one size fits all," and attorneys must be cognizant of the ways in which living wills can be tailored to clients' specific needs and beliefs.
Exploring and Accommodating End-of-Life Wishes
New Jersey Law Journal
February 21, 2013
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