Attorney To Help You Draft A Living Will

At the Elder Law & Special Needs Practice of Felicia Pasculli, Esq., in Bay Shore, New York, we provide a full range of services for families needing assistance with health care documents and proxies on behalf of elderly and infirm loved ones.

We advise and represent clients in Nassau County, Suffolk County and communities throughout Long Island and the state of New York.

Why A Living Will?

Often referred to as an advance health care directive, nobody can sign a living will on your behalf. A living will is the best way to ensure that your final wishes regarding end-of-life medical treatment will be carried out, without putting the emotional burden of decisions on your loved ones.

A living will is the greatest gift you can give your family, particularly amid their emotions and grief as you near the end of your life.

In the event you are incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself, having a living will in place will give your family the comfort of knowing:

  • When you want a Do Not Resuscitate order (DNR) to be activated
  • The extent of extraordinary medical measures doctors may take
  • The reasons and length of time you may be placed on life support
  • The types and amount of pain medication you will allow to be administered
  • Final wishes regarding the disposition of your remains, upon death
  • Other specific details relative to your end-of-life health care treatment

Call Today To Schedule Time To Meet With Our Living Wills Lawyer

When you work with our firm for your elder law needs, you will work directly with attorney Felicia Pasculli, Esq., who is one of the most recognized names in elder law in New York.

Call us at 631-894-4730 or contact us by email to learn more about the benefits of an advance health care directive.