Probate & Wills: 214.484.6500

Guardianships: 214.484.6966

3102 Maple Ave., Suite 625

Dallas, Texas 75201

Wills and Estate Planning

A Living Will, also known as an “Advance Directive” is a document that is designed to help you communicate your wishes about medical treatment at some time in the future when you are unable to make your wishes known because of illness or injury.

For example, if, in the judgment of your physician, you are suffering with a terminal condition from which you are expected to die within six months, even with available life-sustaining treatment provided in accordance with prevailing standards of medical care, you can request that all treatments other than those needed to keep you comfortable be discontinued or withheld and your physician allow you to die as gently as possible.

Furthermore, if, in the judgment of your physician, you are suffering with an irreversible condition so that you cannot care for yourself or make decisions for yourself and you are expected to die without life-sustaining treatment provided in accordance with prevailing standards of care, you can request that all treatments other than those needed to keep you comfortable be discontinued or withheld and your physician allow you to die as gently as possible.

The Duran Firm will draft and supervise the execution of your Living Will for $200.00.

How to Start

To get a quick start on your case, please download the Prospective Client Information Worksheet for Living Will by clicking on the link below:

Prospective Client Information Worksheet for Living Will

The Worksheet is a downloadable Adobe® PDF file. If you are having trouble downloading the file, you may have to install the Adobe® Reader®.

Once you have fully completed the Client Information Worksheet, call The Duran Firm and set up an appointment. Then send the completed Worksheet to the Firm.

Payment Terms

The Firm accepts cash, checks, money orders, MasterCard and Visa for the payment of attorney’s fees and expenses. Due to the reasonableness of our rates, payment of all expected fees and expenses is due prior to the Firm accepting you as a Client. No exceptions.