Living Wills

Advance Directives as to Future Medical Care of a Dying Patient” may be completed, with or without a “Health Power of Attorney” document in favor of an agent on one’s behalf, to inform the doctor treating you (in the event you become terminally ill and unconscious) that you do not want any extraordinary life-sustaining treatment to be used to prolong your life. The law in Israel allows Israelis who wish to make advance medical directives and/or a health power of attorney to do so. The Terminally Ill Patients Law was passed in the Knesset in 2005. We can advise on all aspects of the new law. For further information and a quote, please contact us at: Simon M. Jackson – Notary, Legal & Translation Services 0737-40-60-40 / 0545-742-374.
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