Louis quoted in Philadelphia Inquirer on importance of end-of-life planning
Robert Louis, a partner in Saul Ewing’s Private Client Practice, shares his thoughts of end-of-life planning with the Philadelphia Inquirer. The article describes several suggestions from professionals on preparing for one’s final matters. According to the article, “Louis prefers six documents: a medical power of attorney; a living will (how you'll be treated at the end of your life); a HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) authorization; a financial power of attorney; a letter of instructions, (i.e. bury, cremate, funeral, no funeral); and a will disposing of your assets.”
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