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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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North Carolina Living Will: What Is It?

A North Carolina living will is usually referred to as an advance directive. The purpose of completing a North Carolina living will is to document your desires related to medical care. The document is used if you're unable to make your own medical decisions for any reason. A North Carolina living will is also used to name a healthcare agent. Your healthcare agent will make medical decisions for you. This person must be over 18 years old and they cannot be providing medical care for you in exchange for compensation of some kind. In North Carolina, a living will must be signed by two witnesses and be notarized. There are specific laws in North Carolina that explain who can and cannot sign a living will as a witness.

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