Virginia Advance Directives
To facilitate something means to help a person with a task or make it easier. So, AD facilitation is when one person helps another person to complete an AD.
Does facilitation help?
Research shows that facilitation is, for most people, a very important part of completing an AD. Some of the benefits include:
This website is not intended to provide legal advice. It is merely a guide, and reflects one view of Advance Directives in Virginia. It can be beneficial to consult with an attorney regarding your Advance Directive. However, the intention of Virginia’s law on Advance Directives is to enable and encourage all capable adults to fill out an Advance Directive on their own.
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