USA Living Will
Your Living Will outlines your end-of-life care preferences and allows your loved ones to make decisions on your behalf with confidence.
A Living Will outlines your wishes for end-of-life care. It includes whether you want to die naturally or whether you want to receive life-sustaining treatment. A Living Will goes into effect if you are unable to communicate your wishes yourself.
A Living Will, also called an advanced health care directive, is a set of instructions if you are unable to make critical decisions for yourself.
Your Living Will protects your interests and allows you to make your wishes about your medical treatment known in the event you become medically incapacitated and you cannot speak for yourself.
It’s one of the most vital legal documents you can have – and yet too often people don’t create a Living Will – until it’s too late.