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Includes info on who can make medical decisions for you if no one was previously designated for such. For more see Health Care Surrogates.
When You Need To Sign a Power of Attorney-Don't Wait for the Unexpected (Illinois)
With a power of attorney for health care, you name a person whom you trust to make health care decisions for you. You can grant your agent as much power as you want. But do it in advance of a crisis.
Durable Power Of Attorney & Health Care Directives (Nolo.com)
Writing A Living Will That's Valid In Your State (For All 50 States & DC)
Scroll down 3/4ths the page to select your state and download your state's form. Then just fill in the blanks!
Will (All 50 States)
Click on your state and a form will appear. Fill in the blanks.
(I'm not sure this is as state specific as they say it is).
Register Your Living With With US Hospitals
Register Your Living Will With US Hospitals (Free Online Service)
The Registry electronically stores your advance directive in its computer database and identifies it by your social security number. Hospitals from anywhere in the country can then call the computer on the telephone, and request a copy of your advance directive.
Living Trust Offers: How to Make Sure They're Trust-worthy
See Elder Care Topics
For information on Social Security, Retirement Plans,
Medicare, Medicaid, Medigap and Managed Care, Long-Term Healthcare, Estate Planning, Healthcare Directives and Powers of Attorney and more.
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