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At first, the term “living will” might sound like an oxymoron. If a will is a document intended for after you die, then what in the world is a living will?
As it turns out, a living will is an important document in its own right that can be absolutely crucial to have.
A living will is your written statement of your desires regarding your medical treatment in the event that you are no longer able to communicate your wishes and intent. A living will takes effect when you are in a permanent vegetative state or terminally ill. Every adult should have one – just in case…
There are many treatment issues a living will covers, including:
A living will gives you the power to accept or reject medical treatment to whatever degree you specify.
We here at The Hughes Law Firm have extensive experience in drafting living wills. You can contact us to help you make a living will that reflects your desires.