This is a daunting decision, one not to be taken lightly. However, the repercussions are so potentially strong that many do not feel comfortable taking on such a responsibility. With people living longer and families having fewer children, this is an issue that is growing.
Enter the “End-of-Life Enforcer,” who is envisioned as a health fiduciary for those who have no loved ones to call upon in their time of need.
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