You hope the day will never come when you are on life support or incapacitated and are unable to make decisions for yourself. But if that day does come, conflict and emotional turmoil could arise among your family members as they try to figure out the right thing to do. That is, unless you have the right documents in place.
Executing two simple documents know as a living will and a power of attorney for healthcare is an easy way to take control over any end-of-life decisions that must be made. They not only take pressure off of your family and loved ones but also keep you in control of your own life.