Protecting Your Healthcare Wishes: Expert Medicaid Planning Solicitor Offers Guidance on Choosing a Medical Surrogate

Posted March 15, 2023 by edwardselderlaw

Virginia Beach, VA - Edwards Elder Law, P.C., a leading elder law firm, has announced the release of a new guide aimed at helping individuals protect their healthcare wishes through the selection of a medical surrogate.
The guide, authored by the firm's expert Medicaid Planning Solicitor, provides valuable insights and advice on the important considerations that should be taken into account when choosing a medical surrogate.

Choosing a medical surrogate is an important decision that should not be taken lightly. It involves selecting someone who will be authorized to make healthcare decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so due to illness or incapacity. This is a critical decision as it can impact the quality of care you receive and the extent to which your healthcare wishes are respected.

At Edwards Elder Law, P.C., our Medicaid Planning Solicitor understands the complex legal and ethical issues that surround the selection of a medical surrogate. Through years of experience in the field, our expert has developed a deep understanding of the nuances of Medicaid planning and has helped countless clients protect their healthcare wishes.

In our new guide, we provide comprehensive guidance on the various factors that should be considered when choosing a medical surrogate. These include the person's willingness and ability to make decisions, their proximity to you, their availability, their familiarity with your healthcare wishes, and their willingness to follow your instructions.

"Our goal is to help clients make informed decisions about their healthcare future," said the firm's spokesperson. "Choosing a medical surrogate can be a daunting task, but our guide offers practical tips and insights that can help simplify the process."

The guide also offers important information on the legal documents that are necessary for naming a medical surrogate, including durable powers of attorney, advance directives, and living wills. By working with our Medicaid Planning Solicitor, clients can ensure that these documents are properly drafted and executed to provide maximum protection for their healthcare wishes.

For more information on protecting your healthcare wishes and selecting a medical surrogate, visit Edwards Elder Law, P.C.'s website at or contact us today to schedule a consultation.

Contact Us:

Edwards Elder Law, P.A.
St. Petersburg Elder Law Attorney
2510 1st Ave. N.
St. Petersburg, FL 33713
TELEPHONE: (727) 209-8282
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Last Updated March 15, 2023