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Update on Living Wills, Advance Directives, and Powers of Attorney for Health Care in Tennessee - On-Demand
Audio conference is now available on-demand.
Get up to date on key Tennessee living will and advance directive developments.
A 40-year-old is a serious auto accident and left with brain damage. A healthy 50-year old has a massive heart attack or a crippling stroke. A 70-year-old begins showing signs of dementia. What steps can your clients take now to ensure medical decisions are made in accordance with their wishes?
Life spans are increasing, making it more likely that a client’s physical health may outlast their mental capacity. So it is more important than ever that individuals declare now how they want their end-of-life decisions to be made or who they want to make them.
Learn more with this on-demand webinar on the various options afforded by Tennessee law, as well as a health care provider’s duty and liability for failure to comply with a patient’s wishes. You'll learn:
- The living will in Tennessee
- Statutory authority
- Statutory form
- Health care providers’ duty and liability for failure to comply
- Advance directives
- Durable power of attorney for health care – emergency guardian or conservator
- Interface among living will, durable power of attorney for health, and health care proxy
- Anatomical gifts
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Update on Living Wills, Advance Directives, and Powers of Attorney for Health Care in Tennessee — is just $107.
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About Your Presenter:
Attorney Terry C. Cox has handled a wide variety of civil and criminal cases in his thirty-five year career. In addition, he has engaged in real estate, transactional practice, contract practice, business organization and estate planning. Mr. Cox presently concentrates his practice in the areas of elder law and criminal law. He maintains membership in the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys. He has lectured before legal and elder care professionals on topics including elder law practice, administrative appeals and Medicaid planning. He received his J.D. from the University of Memphis School of Law.