Many people have a lot of questions regarding estate planning. Estate planning is a beneficial tool that can help plan for the future. Take a look at answers to some of the following estate plan questions. This guide can help you better assess your own personal goals and can help you to get started with your estate planning. This is part two of a two part series.
I don’t know if I want to become an organ donor. How can I make this decision?
You should know that choosing to be an organ donor is a very personal decision. When making your choice, it is a good idea to consider your culture, personal beliefs and values.
Many people wait for years to get the organ transplants that they need. People who are lucky enough to receive organ donations are able to live because of a remarkable gift that someone has left. You can save up to eight lives by being an organ donor.
Becoming an organ donor will not affect your ability to have an open casket ceremony.
Do most people choose to be organ donors?
Most clients choose to be organ donors. A lot of people are unsure about the decision at first, but many decide that it’s the best option after learning more about the process.
Consider reading about how organ donations affect the lives of others. You may even want to discuss organ donation with your loved ones.
Ultimately, it is your own personal choice. If you do decide to be an organ donor, be sure to let your family know and put it on your driver’s license next time you renew.
If you questions about estate planning or want to get started with your planning, please feel free to telephone our estate planning law office. We’d be happy to assist you and answer all of your questions. Call us at 858-792-5988.