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Living Wills
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A Living Will (also known as a Health Care Directive) specifies whether you would like to be kept on artificial life support if you become permanently unconscious or are otherwise dying and unable to speak for yourself.

Estate planning attorneys will commonly create both a Living Will and a Medical Power of Attorney for their clients.  LegacyWriter™ makes it easy to create these documents yourself, customized to your needs.  You can create a Living Will in minutes, print and sign it yourself, without an attorney.
OUR PROCESS
1 Step One 1
Complete the online interview.
1 Step Two 1
Print your Living Will yourself or receive by mail.
1 Step Three 1
Follow the instructions to sign your Living Will in your state.
Enter your information below to begin a Living Will
COMMON QUESTIONS
What is the difference between a Last Will and Testament and a Living Will?
Will the Living Will ever expire?
Enter the information for the person that this Living Will is for.
Full Name (First and Last) 
Street Address
City
State
Zip Code
County
Gender Male Female
I would also like to create a Medical Power of Attorney.  


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LegacyWriter™ has helped thousands of people nationwide make this essential document themselves. You can create a Living Will in minutes, print and sign it yourself, without an attorney.


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