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What is a Vermont Living Will?
The person making a Living Will is called the "principal," and the person or entity gaining authority to carry out the principal's wishes is called the "agent." Designed for Vermont residents, this Living Will can be used in Chittenden County, Bennington County, Caledonia County, and in every other part of the state. Each Vermont Living Will form from Rocket Lawyer can be completely personalized to address your specific circumstances. As a result of this official legal document, your medical facilities will have a record of your decisions, and your agent(s) will be able to offer confirmation that they have been given the authority to make choices for you when you are not able.
When to use a Vermont Living Will:
- You want to specify your wishes so that it is more likely they will be carried out.
- You are facing the possibility of surgery or a hospitalization.
- You have declining health.
- You have been diagnosed with a terminal condition.