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Living Will

Outline exactly what you want to happen in the event you are unable to communicate your medical wishes.

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Allows you to define your personal choices regarding your end-of-life medical care

A Living Will, sometimes referred to as an Advanced Healthcare Directive, is a legal document that outlines an individual’s wishes regarding his or her end-of-life medical care. Your Living Will is there to step in and direct your doctors while you’re still alive but unable to communicate decisions on your own.

Completing a Living Will is important for several reasons. Namely, it allows you to explicitly lay out in advance the medical procedures and medications you want (or don’t want) to prolong your life in the event you become incapacitated. Whether you’re under anesthesia in surgery or are unconscious from an accident, healthcare providers can consult your Living Will to ensure they are following your wishes.

Start your Living Will today so that your medical decisions are observed and your loved ones aren’t burdened by having to make those important choices for you.

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There are a few important things to keep in mind when completing your Living Will or Advanced Healthcare Directive. Make sure to be clear and specific about your decisions regarding the following:

  • How you want your healthcare providers to proceed if you can no longer breathe on your own

  • Whether or not you’re comfortable with being fed via feeding tubes if you can no longer feed yourself

  • Whether or not you want your organs donated

  • What kinds of pain management drugs or procedures you’re comfortable with

  • Finalize your document with your signature and the date

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Plan for how you’d like to be cared for if you are ever unable to make your own decisions. Make sure trusted individuals have access to your medical records and can act on your behalf, when you need them to.

Also includes a Last Will & Testament to appoint beneficiaries and decide what happens to your assets.

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  • Specify your health care wishes

  • Designate health care agents

  • Grant trusted individuals access to your medical records

  • Nominate child and/or pet guardians

  • Designate who will execute your last wishes

  • Leave specific gifts (money, possessions, property, etc.)

  • Determine how your assets will be distributed

  • Exclude individuals from receiving your assets

  • Determine final arrangements

  • Note special requests

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    Answer a few simple questions.

    Create your Health Care Documents one question at a time by deciding what's right for you with options you can customize to your specific needs.

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    Instantly download your documents or request a complimentary shipment of your Health Care Documents - included with your initial purchase.

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    Sign your documents at your convenience.

    Finalize your documents and make them legally binding with your signature and a notary.

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