Living Will

A living will is a legal document that provides for the withdrawal or withholding of life-sustaining measures or treatment in the event of a terminal illness or condition. A valid living will must be signed by two witnesses, one of whom cannot be the spouse or blood relative of the principal.

Living Will

A living will is a legal document that provides for the withdrawal or withholding of life-sustaining measures or treatment in the event of a terminal illness or condition. A valid living will must be signed by two witnesses, one of whom cannot be the spouse or blood relative of the principal.

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