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Dying with Dignity

Medical technology is a life saver. However, there may come the time that medical machines and treatments are only prolonging the process of dying. A Living Will names a trust family member or friend to communicate your desire that the process of dying not be prolonged when medical recovery is not expected. The person you name will consult with your doctors and medical providers regarding this end of life decision.

The Living Will lets you make your intentions known now, sparing your family from unnecessary worry at this emotional time.


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