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									 WHAT IS A
LIVING WILL?
Advance Directives for
    Health Care
  When you are planning your
   estate, you should include
advance directives for health care
      With these documents
you prepare for possible incapacity
Living Will
A living will is an advance
 directive for health care
This type of will has nothing to do
with the transfer of financial assets
Life Support
 People can sometimes be kept alive through
the utilization of artificial life-support measures
  This can be true even when
the patient is terminal and there
     is no hope of recovery
Stating Your
Preferences
  With a living will you state your
preferences regarding the use of life
        -support measures
    When you have this advance
directive in place, doctors will act in
    accordance with your wishes
Personal Control
The question of whether or not
you would want to be kept alive
  via the use of life-sustaining
  measures is a personal one
This is not a decision that should be
  left in the hands of someone else
Incapacity Planning
A significant percentage of elders become
    incapacitated before passing away
   You should certainly take
this into account when you are
      planning your estate
Advance directives for health care
  are a must if you want to be
   comprehensively prepared
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