A Living Will is a document that expressly states how you want to be treated in certain scenarios. For example, your Living Will can state what you want to happen in the event that you are in a coma and terminally ill. Would you want your family fighting over whether to “pull the plug” in that scenario? Of course not, and you can avoid that outcome by making your wishes legally enforceable in a Living Will. Your Living Will addresses multiple scenarios and even allows you to determine whether you would like to undergo experimental medical procedures that might save your life and whether you want to be an organ donor. It goes without saying that a Living Will is an integral part of your estate plan.
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