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How To Talk With Family About Your Wishes In Case You Become Incapacitated And Can't Speak For Yourself

With Whom Should I Discuss My Wishes?

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It is advisable to discuss your wishes with
  • The people who will be asked if something happens whether to accept your wishes, such as a spouse, brother, sister, parents, adult children.
  • Everyone whom you believe should know your decisions.  This may include a life partner, yet exclude a brother or sister with whom you are not close.
  • Of course, your doctor and lawyer should have a copy of your Living Will or Health Care Power of Attorney.

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