Living Wills and Health Care Surrogates Attorneys in Lakeland, FL

We highly recommend that all of our estate planning clients execute a living will and designation of health care surrogate. This document is an expression of your desires about what type of medical care you would want to receive if you could not speak for yourself.

You can designate someone as your health care surrogate to make medical decisions for you regarding any medical matter (not just terminal illness). Further, you can state in a living will whether you would want to receive life-sustaining treatment and/or artificial feeding and hydration if you are at the end of a terminal illness or permanently unconscious.

Contact our Elder Law Attorneys for an appointment to answer your questions and allow them to provide you with the peace of mind you deserve.

About Carol J. Wallace

Carol Wallace has dedicated her career to serving the legal needs of seniors. Carol practiced many years in Alabama before relocating to Florida in 2008. She is certified as an elder law attorney by the National Elder Law Foundation in 1996. She was the first attorney in Alabama with this distinction.

Carol was a partner in the Elder Law Firm of Glass & Wallace, P.C. with offices in Huntsville and Decatur, Alabama, from 1997 to 2009. That law firm was the first in Alabama dedicated to serving the legal needs of seniors.