Living Wills and Health Care Power of Attorney

Durable Power Of Attorney Health CareFacing a terminal illness or a sudden decline in health is stressful for every family. Help your loved ones know what level of care you wish to receive before the need arises.
A living will (also known as a health care directive) explains whether you wish to be kept on life support if you become terminally ill or fall into a persistent vegetative state. It also addresses your preferences for tube feeding, artificial hydration, and pain medication. A living will/health care directive becomes effective when you cannot communicate your wishes on your own.  A health care power of attorney lets you appoint someone (your health care agent) to make health care decisions on your behalf if you become incapacitated.  My standard living will features a health care power of attorney provision, but it is an optional provision that can be removed if you do not want to name a health care agent.
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