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Previously, this estate planning blog discussed several important documents that all Washington residents should have in place in order to protect their long term care interests. From living wills to powers of attorney, there can be a lot of forms a person should create in order to protect his or her long-term health needs. While some individuals may be comfortable letting others make these decisions for them in the event they cannot do so on their own, others may prefer to proactively put into words their wishes so that they may be consulted in the event that they are not capable of speaking for themselves.

Jennifer C. Rydberg, attorney at law, works directly with individuals who wish to prepare these and other long term care planning documents as well as other estate planning devices. Long term care planning and estate planning go hand in hand as both allow preparers to make their wishes known for the important decisions that may need to be made when the ends of their lives might be near.

No one wants to think about being unable to speak for him or herself, but it is an unfortunate fact that accidents and illnesses change the capacities of individuals of all ages each and every day. Whether a person wishes to reside in a nursing home, receive life-saving procedures, endure extensive medical care to fight diseases or receive other end of life care, all can be codified in care planning documents that attorney Jennifer Rydberg can help create.

A person's end-of-life wishes are personal and should be made known so that his or her family and friends can see them executed in their honor. Jennifer Rydberg and her staff are available to support new clients who want to take control of their long term care planning through the execution of medical directives, wills and other testamentary devices.

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