Health Care Directive

In Arkansas, the document sometimes called a living will, is technically known as an "advance directive for health care." It may also be called a medical power of attorney. The purpose of this document is to give an agent the authority to make health care decisions for you in the event you are incapacitated and unable to make decisions regarding your health care.

Could You Become Incapacitated?

This is an important document that should be part of everyone's estate plan. It is also one reason why you should not put off estate planning until you are "old," as incapacity is something that can strike at any age. A car accident or a fall at work is all it might take.

Writing out an advance health care directive does not have to be an intimidating task, and at Havner Legal Services on the Go we make it quick and easy to put together the documents you need.

We Take The Stress Out Of These Documents

We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your needs, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us. By creating a health care directive, you relieve the stress and uncertainty that your family would experience should they be faced with having to make decisions about your health care.

It can be stressful enough if they are unsure as to your intentions and the situation can become even worse if members of the family differ in their beliefs as to your wishes. By creating a legally binding document, you can prevent this type of conflict and stress from occurring and ensure your desires are honored.

Contact Us

Call our office in White Hall today and make an appointment with our lawyer to discuss your advance health care directive needs. Call 870-619-4785 or use our easy online contact form.