Georgia Advance Directive for Healthcare

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What’s the 411 on 911?

By Miles Hurley | May 10, 2022

Ring Ring Ring! “911, what is your emergency?” Since childhood, we have all been taught to dial 911 in an emergency and wait for those familiar words. 911 is a free emergency phone number used to request immediate assistance from emergency services—police, fire department, and emergency medical services (EMS)—in the case of life-threatening emergencies and…

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The business of dying

The Business of Dying

By Miles Hurley | August 3, 2021

If you’ve ever had someone close to you die and have been tasked with planning arrangements for the wake, funeral, and burial or cremation you know it can be difficult. Not only are you dealing with heartache and grief of losing that loved one, but now you’re also dealing with the organizational aspects of death.…

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Estate plan

Putting a plan in place

By Jodi Hersh | May 11, 2021

It starts from a young age when our parents tell us to eat our vegetables because they are good for us. We study in school so we can achieve a base of knowledge that will help us in conversations, exploring our interests and eventually a career. As adults we are responsible for home maintenance, paying…

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Spring into action with a new estate plan

“Spring” into action with a new Estate Plan

By Jodi Hersh | May 4, 2021

Spring is here and it is a perfect time for renewal and growth. It is time where many of us do some cleaning and get our ‘house’ in order. This can mean cleaning out closets and planting flowers, but it should also be a time to address the estate planning you have been putting off…

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The Georgia Advance Directive for Healthcare

By Miles Hurley | October 15, 2020
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Complete Estate Planning: Advance Directives

By Miles Hurley | January 31, 2020

No estate plan is complete without an advance directive.   The Georgia Advance Directive for Healthcare replaces the old living will and power of attorney for healthcare.   It was adopted by the Georgia legislature and put in place by the Department of Human Resources Division of Aging Services on July 1, 2007. It requires…

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