Welcome to writeyourlivingwill.com - we've compiled a helpful list of state specific living will resources and forms. Simply click on your state below to access be the latest up to date resources and free living will forms for your jurisdiction.
A living will, or advance directive, is not a part of your will. It is a directive to physicians and other healthcare providers as to your wishes with regard to specific treatments or procedures to use in the event of your incapacity. A living will becomes effective only when you cannot express your wishes yourself.
In the event of a serious accident or illness, would you want your doctors to do everything possible to keep you alive, or, would you prefer minimal, non-invasive treatment? These are extremely tough decisions, and they require reflection on your philosophical and religious beliefs. The purpose of a living will is to make your intentions known, so that your family and your doctors will be able to lawfully act in accordance with your wishes.
Our state by state resource guide can help you through this process. Once completed, discuss your wishes as reflected in your living will with family members, and be sure they have a signed copy
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