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Living Wills 101

If You Live In More Than One State

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If you have residences in more than one state, it advisable to prepare (or ask an attorney to prepare) a separate document a document which is valid in each state in which you live. If this is not possible, or too cumbersome, create separate documents for each state.

Be sure each Living Will says the same thing so there is no confusion if it ever comes time to use the documents. The terms of your Living Will should also not conflict with the terms of your Healthcare Power of Attorney.

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