Living Wills

Health Care Power of Attorney
In the event that a person becomes terminally ill or permanently unconscious, a living will is a road map of that person’s wishes as to the use of life-support, the course of medical treatment, and the use of artificial fluids and feeding.  Living wills are only used when the person is unable to communicate their wishes.  While the person making the living will can revoke or change it at any time, it cannot be revoked or changed by anyone else.