Living Wills Legal Questions and Answers

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What is considered 'artificial nourishment' in regard to a living will?

What is considered 'artificial nourishment' in regard to a living will?

02/03/2009   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Colorado   |   #15144

Do I have the right to decide where I die, at home or in a hospital?

Do I have the right to decide where I die, at home or in a hospital? Also, where can I get more information on this?

01/27/2009   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Arizona   |   #15083

Is my parents will that was created in Arizona still good in Texas?

My wife and I have Wills and Living Wills which were drawn up by an attorney in the state of Arizona. Is it valid in Texas or do we have to have another one made here in Texas?

01/19/2009   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Texas   |   #15027

Can a family member change the wishes made in a living will?

Can a family member change the wishes made in a living will? Can they keep the doctors from doing what was wished for by a patient?

05/08/2007   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Kentucky   |   #4152

When you do a last living will online are they legally binding?

When you do a last living will online are they legally binding? Will it hold up in a cout of law?

04/08/2007   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Alabama   |   #2798

What Is The Difference In A Will And A Living Will?

I own a home. I have been told that if I should go into a coma. The costs will be about $500,000 a year to keep me alive; no guaranty of recovering from the coma, and the home can be confiscated for costs. I would prefer to not be force fed and exist in a coma. I want my daughter (who survived a $125,000 cancer operation, and now cannot afford another such operation, etc.) to ...

02/07/2007   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: California   |   #452

What is the process to revoke a living will?

Declarant A executed a living will prior to a previous surgery indicating his wishes regarding life sustaining measures in the event that he lost the ability to make these decisions. Declarant A has had a change of heart regarding the living will and is scheduled for upcoming heart surgery. What should Declarant A do to revoke the previous living will?

01/08/2007   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Alabama   |   #214

How Do I Revoke A Living Will?

I have a living will and want to revoke it. Is there a formal revocation procedure which I need to follow or is simple destruction sufficient?

01/04/2007   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Washington   |   #117

What is the process to make a change to a will?

I currently have a will on file in Nebraska. The Attorney who made the will is no longer in practice and I would like to make a change to the will. Do I need to have a new one made or may I type up the change I want, have it notarized and register the change? Will this hold up in a probate court? Please let me know if you have a form that I can purchase to make this change.

01/03/2007   |   Category: Living Wills   |   State: Nebraska   |   #98
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