This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Indiana according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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An Indiana living will is completed during the estate planning process. The purpose of an Indiana living will is to outline how you would like your medical treatment to be handled if you are no longer able to make your own decisions for any reason. An Indiana living will is also used to name a person to make decisions on your behalf. An Indiana living will must be signed by two witnesses. These witnesses must be at least 18 years old; cannot be your spouse, parent, or child; cannot be legally entitled to a portion of your estate; isn't financially responsible for your medical care; and cannot be the person who signs on your behalf if you are unable to sign on your own. You should have your Indiana living will notarized.