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A Living Will is a legal document that provides guidance on what a person wants for their end-of-life care and medical treatment. It is also known as an Advance Directive. The living will is only valid until death, and helps doctors provide care based on what is stated in the document. This is especially important around situations such as Do Not resuscitate (DNR). Create this document to help your family and doctors carry out your end of life plans. This document should be used in conjunction with a Medical Power of Attorney, which appoints an agent to make critical health care decisions on a patient's behalf.

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Arizona Living Will: What Is It?

An Arizona living will is an estate planning document that explains your treatment wishes to medical professionals if you are unable to make those decisions at a later date. It allows you to name someone, known as a healthcare proxy, to make your medical decisions. The person you name to make medical decisions on your behalf should be at least 18 years old. An Arizona living will either needs to be signed in front of two witnesses or it needs to be notarized. Under state law, your witnesses cannot be related to you by blood, marriage, or adoption; be providing you with healthcare; or a beneficiary named in your will or be entitled to receive any part of your estate through inheritance laws in Arizona.

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