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December 2015 Archives

Are living wills legally binding in Massachusetts?

Decisions regarding medical care can have some very big implications on a senior's health and quality of life. Thus, many elderly individuals care very much about remaining the one in control of these decisions. However, there are things that can cause a senior to no longer have the authority to make their own medical decisions, such as incapacity. One thing elderly individuals may desire to do is put documents in place in advance to help control what happens with their medical decisions if they lose decision-making authority.