living will

transition, from palliative care to end-of-life care

Why a professional care manager can be the safe bridge between palliative care and end-of-life care

December 11th, 2018

Why does death seem imminent once a patient enters hospice care? (That’s not a trick question.) Under hospice care, patients are given approximately six months of end-of-life care, with an essential component being comfort care.  Generally, this is not the case. Former First Lady Barbara Bush died two days after entering hospice care. Aretha Franklin, […]

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What is the Difference Between a Will and a Living Will?

April 4th, 2018

There are two primary types of wills, and while they sound similar, they are very different. They are: A last will and testament (commonly referred to simply as a “will”). A living will (also referred to as an “advance directive). It can be very easy to confuse these two legal documents if you’re not completely […]

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Starting and Writing a Will: What You Need to Know

March 14th, 2018

If you have assets of any kind, or dependent children, it’s a good idea to have a last will and testament. The problem is a lot of people cringe at the thought of creating the legal document. But preparing a last will and testament isn’t difficult. Why you need/want one There are several reasons to […]

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