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Michigan citizens should make end-of-life decisions now

Last week, we discussed some of the estate planning documents that our Michigan readers might find useful when preparing for end-of-life care. It is important for these documents to consider a variety of situations that you might find yourself in when your time in this world is nearing an end. One of those situations is where and how you want your end-of-life care.

What are living wills and designation of patient advocate?

Many of our readers have heard about living wills, advance directives and other end-of-life documents. What some of our readers might not realize is that Michigan has some very interesting laws pertaining to these end-of-life documents. Our Michigan readers might like to know this information so that they can ensure their estate plan is legal in regard to their medical care.

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