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Living Will

A Living Will is often called an Advance Directive. A Living Will provides a person’s written instructions on providing or withholding life-sustaining care or procedures when he or she is in a terminal or permanently unconscious condition. It is not required to have a living will to receive medical care.

Many people use a living will, along with a medical Power of Attorney (also called a healthcare proxy), to make their wishes known about medical treatment and healthcare.

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