Most people don’t even know what a living will is- do you have one yet? A living will is a written statement detailing a person’s desires regarding their medical treatment in circumstances in which they are no longer able to express their desires.

Do not be confused. A living will is not the same thing as a traditional will, which designates who receives your property upon your death. A living will is one of two basic health care documents. We typically prepare a power of attorney for our clients when we prepare their living will.

What are The Benefits of a Living Will?

A living will spells out your living wishes by describing your preferences regarding end-of-life care. A living will speaks for you should you become incapacitated and unable to speak for yourself.

Why is it Important to Have a Living Will?

Without a living will, your loved ones will be forced to make painful decisions about your end-of-life care without really knowing what you would want them to do. This is a terrible burden to place on someone you love.

Should I Have a Lawyer Help Me with My Living Will?

Yes you should. You want the peace of mind of knowing that your end-of-life wishes are expressed in a document crafted by a lawyer with the expertise to do so correctly, and in accordance with the latest laws of your state.

Can I afford a Living Will?

Yes you can. Here at The Hudson Law Firm we offer living wills for a very reasonable fee. We have the experience and knowledge necessary to craft the high quality living will that you need, and the process will be easy on you. We’d love to help craft your living will- call our probate law attorneys today at 479-443-1812, email us at, or send us a message below to get started on the preparation of your living will.

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Address: 123 N. Block Ave., Suite A Fayetteville, AR 72701

Phone: 479-443-1812

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