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Healthcare Directives and Living Wills provide your Attorney-in-Fact with the type of care you wish to receive.

Healthcare Directives lay out for your Attorney-in-Fact what decisions you want made in regards to such things as feeding tubes, artificial respiration, oxygen etc.

A Living Will simply states that in the event you are in a terminal condition and not able to communicate, you do not want extraordinary measures used.

A HIPAA Release allows someone to have access to your healthcare information. This is often incorporated into your Healthcare Durable Power of Attorney.

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