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Exploring and Accommodating End-of-Life Wishes

Tailoring living wills to your clients' specific needs and beliefs

, New Jersey Law Journal

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As more and more people seek out advance directives as part of their estate plan, practitioners need to expand their ability to service this clientele. When it comes to end-of-life decisions, there is no "one size fits all," and attorneys must be cognizant of the ways in which living wills can be tailored to clients' specific needs and beliefs.

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