Advance Healthcare Directive aka Living Will
Step-by-step, state-specific estate planning documents
Typically, Living Wills cover what you’d like done in the event you’re incapacitated, such as by a coma, or if you’re in what doctors call a “persistent vegetative state.” Living Wills can also spell out your preferences in regards to organ donation or if you have religious beliefs that preclude you from being autopsied.
In other words, a Living Will spells out what kind of healthcare you’re comfortable receiving. In the event you’re unable to communicate this to your doctor, your Living Will can do it for you.
Since Living Wills are different in every state, we have 50 different documents, each tailored for the state you call home. Simply click a link below and answer our simple, step-by-step instructions to get started.