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This document combines a Living Will and an Advanced Healthcare Directive. Make your wishes known regarding the type of medical treatments you want to receive and your position on other health-related issues should you ever become incapacitated and unable to make those decisions known directly.
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Learn More about California Living Will for Healthcare Documents

What is a Living Will?

A living will or health care declaration is a document that describes the kind of medical care you want to receive when you are incapacitated and can no longer speak for yourself.  read more

Overview of Living Wills and Powers of Attorney for Healthcare

Living Wills and Powers of Attorney for Healthcare both involve planning the medical care you want to receive in the event that you are incapacitated.  read more

Coverage of Living Will and Power of Attorney for Health Care

A Living Will or health care declaration is a written document indicating the terms of medical care that you want in emergency situations. These terms of care will be enacted if you are unable to make medical decisions for yourself.  read more

Different Types of Health Care Directives

Health care directives are documents that allow you to notify your doctor and family members of your desired health care treatment should you be unable to communicate those wishes yourself.  read more

Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders

Do-Not-Resuscitate (DNR) Orders contain direction for medical personnel who might be responsible in treating you if you stop breathing in an emergency situation.  read more

Final Requirements of Your Health Care Directives

In composing your health care directives, it is imperative that you follow the rules of the state in which you live regarding the requirements to make your document valid and binding.  read more

Five Essential Estate Planning Documents

Estate planning is a form of financial protection for you, your family and your assets.  read more

Honoring Your Healthcare Documents

When you have expressed your wishes in your living will or advance directives, your primary concern should be that your wishes will be honored by the doctor and hospital.  read more

How to Choose a Healthcare Agent

The most important decision you make when making a durable power of attorney for health care is naming your health care agent. This person is sometimes known as a surrogate, health care proxy, or attorney-in-fact depending on the state you are residing.  read more

Living Wills for End-of-Life Medical Decisions

All adults should consider having an advance directive specifying their preferences regarding end-of-life care.  read more

POLST form and Healthcare Treatment

Your doctor and you can create a document called Physician Order for Life Sustaining Treatment (POLST) in order to inform emergency care providers of the kind of treatment you wish to receive in an emergency situation.  read more

Registering your Living Will or Advance Health Directives

Giving copies of your advance directives to your trusted friends, immediate family members, doctor, health facilities and health care agent can ensure that your wishes can be enacted when the right time comes.  read more

Rules of Eligibility on Medicaid

Medicaid, which is distinct from Medicare, provides health coverage to nearly 60 million children, families, pregnant women, the elderly, and people with disabilities. Medicaid covers US citizens and eligible immigrants and is generally provided for low income citizens.  read more

Why You Need a Living Will

Living Wills are descriptions of your preferences regarding end-of-life care. Unexpected situations can happen at any age which makes a Living Will a necessity.  read more
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