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Law Offices of Kenneth S. Feraru, P.C.

Do you have Advance Directives in Place?

If not, consider calling the Law Offices of Kenneth S. Feraru, P.C. for assistance

Planning for serious medical problems is something that many of us neglect to do. The thought of unforeseen illness, and what needs to be done in case we’re incapacitated, is not pleasant.  However, taking this step will inform your family and your doctors of your wishes and needs. An advance directive is a written statement of a person’s wishes regarding medical treatment, and will help to endure that those wishes are carried out in the event of incapacity. In the State of New York, there are three types of advanced directives: Health Care Proxy, Living Will, and Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) Order.

Call the Law Offices of Kenneth S. Feraru, P.C. for a free consultation regarding which advance directives are right for you. Attorney Kenneth S. Feraru has decades of experience in handling a variety of legal matters. Mr. Feraru is able to handle all of your advance directive needs. Please do not hesitate to call the office at 516-535-3333, to schedule your telephone consultation to address your advanced directive needs.  

Contact the Law Offices of Kenneth S. Feraru, P.C. today.

Attorney Kenneth S. Feraru covers all the Nassau County areas such as: Great Neck, Manhasset, Mineola, Valley Stream, Malverne, New Hyde Park, Garden City, West Hempstead, Hempstead, Elmont, Uniondale, Rockville Centre, Westbury, Roslyn, Freeport, Merrick, Beth Page, Port Washington, Lake Success, Locust Valley, Brookville, Centerville, Oyster Bay, Bayville, Kings Point, Baxter Estates, Munsey Park, Kensington, Sands Point, Franklin Square, Williston park, Carle Place, Sea Cliff, Manorhaven, Jericho, Plainview, Mill Neck, Lattington, Hicksville, Farmingdale, East Meadow, Lynbrook and Floral Park.

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