To Die Well, We Must Talk About Death Before the End of Life

Benjamin Franklin famously quipped, “In this word, nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” Despite the certainty of death, many people avoid talking about it. As this article explains, however, it’s crucial that we talk about death before the end of life so our loved ones know how we feel and can make end-of-life decisions according to our expressed wishes:

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If you’re interested in crafting an estate plan, including a health care proxy and living will that address end of life concerns & decisions, call our firm at 518-313-7809 to schedule a consult.

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