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When to use a living will

  • Checkmark You want to control the actions your doctor may take in any attempts to save or prolong your life.
  • Checkmark You want to provide instructions for your loved ones to follow regarding your medical preferences.
  • Checkmark You need to name a Proxy or Healthcare Agent in the event you are unable to communicate your wishes.

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Rest assured knowing that your wishes will always be respected.

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Choose a Proxy or Healthcare Agent

Name someone you trust to care for your interests in the event that you can no longer communicate.


Provide directions and specific instructions

The Agent or Proxy is required to follow the directions stated in the living will and to act in your best interest.

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Gather Information

As you complete your living will, you will need to provide certain relevant information. This includes both the Principal’s name and date of birth. You will also need some basic contact information for your Healthcare Agent or Proxy, such as their name, phone number, and address.

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Use the information you collected to complete your living will. We make this easy by guiding you each step of the way and helping you to customize your document to match your specific needs. As you answer certain questions, the document will adjust to accommodate your needs.

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Always read your document thoroughly to ensure it contains everything you need and is free of errors. In any case, once you finish creating your document, you will be able to alter it as much as you like in Microsoft Word. However, if you do not need to make any changes, you can simply download the PDF version and have the parties sign the agreement.


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A living will allows its maker, called the "Principal," to specify his or her healthcare preferences in the event he or she is incapacitated or unable to speak. This helps the Principal and his or her family to rest easy knowing that the Principal's wishes will be honored. 

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