Estate planning attorneys prepare Living Wills, Healthcare Proxies, and Durable Powers of Attorney for clients along with Wills, Trusts, etc. all the time. These end of life directives are given to the clients by the attorney and therefore the attorney believes that their job is done. But it isn’t. These directives do little good unless the clients also participate in extensive conversations with their healthcare agents and family. Learn more about End of Life Planning with attorney Gerald Shyavitz to help protect yourself and your loved ones.