Here is the Oklahoma Advance Directive (also known as a “Living Will”). You can download it and save it (Microsoft Word or as a PDF).
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I don’t doubt I could learn something from you, it sounds like you have a lot of experience. My rates for estate planning are flat fees that vary by the project. Who do you work for?
Is there a “do not rescitate” clause that can be added to this?
I believe that it would be possible to add language like into an Advance Directive/Living Will. However, I am not sure if it is necessary with all the other instructions and directives contained in the document. I am not saying you shouldn’t do it, just questioning if maybe it isn’t necessary.
I am manager of 4 large trusts; medical P.O.A,, personal P.O.A. and medical proxy for my mother; medical proxy for others; as well as worked with many estates and trusts being a real estate broker and auctioneer; and believe me when I say “leave nothing to chance”. If there is not a “do not resuscitate” (Checked the spelling this time.) The hospital, nursing home, EMS service or whoever is going to “cya”. If the verbage is included in the directive then there is no question about the situation. I would like the proper verbage to include in the directive.
You make some really good points. If you would like some help on this matter, please email me and we can set up a time to talk.
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