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Making a Texas Living Will
It's important that your family members and care providers know your preferences for end-of-life care. A Texas Living Will is a legal document that outlines your preferences with regard to what life-saving measures medical staff and first-responders are allowed to perform on you to save or prolong your life. It's difficult to think about potentially devastating situations, but preparation is key.
You may use a Texas Living Will document if:
It depends. You can either have your Texas Living Will notarized or signed in front of two competent, adult witnesses.
Although the term "Living Will" contains the word "Will" in it, these two documents have very different purposes. A Living Will sets forth your health care wishes should there ever come a time when you are incapacitated and unable to tell doctors and other medical providers what you do and don't want with respect to your healthcare and possible life-saving or life-sustaining measures. A Will is a document that you prepare in order to set forth your wishes for the distribution of your property and assets after your death.
Making a Texas Living Will online is simple with Rocket Lawyer. Just answer a few questions and the document will be built for you. Look through these questions beforehand and consider your answers in order to make the process speedier:
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Having an attorney draft a Living Will will cost between $1,000 to $3,000+ in Texas. With Rocket Lawyer, you can make a Living Will for free.