Posts Categorized: Health Care Directives

When Does My Living Will Apply?

Unless you are in an end-stage medical condition, your living will does not apply. For example, if you have a heart attack, but are otherwise healthy, the living will doesn’t apply. If you...

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Where Should I Store My Original Living Will?

Copies of your living will should go to those named as primary and contingent health care agents. In addition, consider storing your living will and other health care estate planning documents with Docubank (www.docubank.com),...

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4 Important Health Care Directives

Estate planning involves implementation of 4 important health care directives. Under consideration below are the organ donation form, living will, HIPAA release, and medical power of attorney.

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