A Living Will often includes important provisions that discuss how you wish to be treated as you near the end of your life. Living Wills are a good way to ensure that you receive the religious and spiritual support that you need and desire at the end of your life. Living Wills also include instructions for funerary rights.

Living Wills have been accepted by many religious denominations and faiths. Most agree with this statement, written by the United Methodist Church: "We assert the right of every person to die in dignity without efforts to prolong terminal illness merely because the technology is available to do so." No matter your religion, a Living Will can usually be customized to reflect your beliefs.

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