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A living will is an important document that explains your wishes related to medical care and end of life decisions in the event that you are unable to do so. This document is state specific. A living will is used if you become physically or mentally incapacitated and you are unable to relay your decisions. Some provisions include whether you'd like to be kept alive via artificial means, whether you want a do not resuscitate order, and any decisions that you believe your medical team should know. For instance, if you have specific religious beliefs that affect your medical decisions, it should be clearly explained in your living will.Get started now ›