Living Wills and Health Care Proxies

Making the job of Executor, Administrator, Trustee and Probate easy for you

Whether you are a fiduciary or beneficiary, we can help you

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Living Wills and Health Care Proxies

Determining Who Will Make Medical Decisions When You Cannot

You don’t plan to get sick or injured, but you can be prepared for what will happen, and who will make decisions on your behalf, if and when you do suffer injury or illness. Talking about what kind of care you want after a debilitating injury or illness can be difficult, but it can be one the greatest gifts you give your loved ones. Otherwise, in the midst of their anxiety over your medical condition, they’ll also face the additional stress of trying to figure out what you want, or what’s best for you. We can help you prepare and execute the necessary documents to eliminate that potential worry.
At the Law Office of Bonnie Lawston, we have provided practical, hands-on estate planning to people in Suffolk County and Nassau County on Long Island for more than 20 years. We have a thorough knowledge and understanding of the tools and strategies available to help you make certain your wishes are honored in the event of an incapacitating injury or illness.
We offer a special hourly rates to senior citizens, and will visit you in your, if necessary. Contact our office online or call us at 631-425-7299 or 24/7 at 855-479-4700 to arrange a meeting.

Prepare for Future Medical Decisions

We will help you put effective measures in place to ensure your wishes are followed, and that your loved ones don’t face unnecessary stress or anxiety. We’ll help you prepare and execute:

A living will

This is your statement of your wishes regarding future medical treatment. Your living will addresses issues such as resuscitation and the use of artificial life support, and typically includes statements regarding the administration of certain medications or the performance of surgery.

A health care proxy

A health care proxy identifies who will make health care decisions for you if you lack the capacity to make your own health decisions. You should notify the person named before you execute the proxy, and make certain they understand your wishes.

We also prepare burial and funeral directives and other such documents.

Contact Long Island Estate Planning Attorney Bonnie Lawston

To set up a private meeting, send us an e-mail or call 631-425-7299 or 24/7 855-479-4700. Your first consultation is free of charge.

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Out-of-State-Executor-Attorney

We represent clients nationwide, if you are a fiduciary (executor, administrator, or trustee) an heir or beneficiary of a New York estate. If the decedent died in New York or has assets in New York State, we can help you. If you are chosen to represent the estate or if you are receiving an inheritance from a New York estate, contact our law firm today.


There are Two Types of New York Estates

  1. The Decedent resided in NY at the time of death and their domicile is New York at the time of death; or
  2. There are assets located in NY, at the time of death, and an ancillary proceeding is needed. The Decedent may have died elsewhere.

 

Planning for retirement

Bonnie Lawston dedicates her practice to making the job of the Executor, Administrator, Trustee and Probate or Administration process easy for you. Whether you are a fiduciary, beneficiary or heir, we can help you, protect your interests and maximize your inheritance. The firm has represented individuals throughout the United States and in New York, throughout long island including but not limited to Huntington, Melville, Syosset, Sag Harbor, Garden City, Mineola, Bayshore, Dix Hills, Oyster Bay, Belle Terre, East Norwich, Muttontown, Cold Spring Harbor, Huntington Bay, Lloyd Harbor, Pt. Jefferson, Pt. Washington, Glen Head, Glen Cove, Bayville, South Hampton, Hampton Bays, to name a few, in matters dealing with Estate and Probate administration. For more information, contact Law Office of Bonnie Lawston at 631-425-7299 for a free consultation.