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Your Living Will: Why You Need One

When medical intervention only prolongs the dying process, a Living Will is needed for your end-of-life care if you become incapacitated. In fact, it’s possible that without one, medical practitioners will continue life-sustaining treatment in order to avoid liability. Learn why this document is essential for both you and your loved ones.

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