This website provides links to advance directive forms by state, as well as information about creating an advance directive. The site cautions that individuals should carefully consider several important questions before completing a form. In particular, it recommends that users consult the American Bar Association’s Consumer’s Tool Kit for Advance Health Care Planning for guidance on issues to consider before completing an advance directive. It is provided by the Living Will Registry, which allows users to store their advance directives in its electronic registry. However, use of its links and forms is free and does not require that you register with the Living Will Registry.
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