In my Estate Planning Law Report for April, I discuss the online registry for living wills and health care powers of attorney. You'll find it here, in the publications section of dmyl.com.
One thing I didn't mention is that if you are going to be admitted to a hospital in Arizona, you will be asked if you have a living will. If you don't, the admitting staff will ask you to complete and sign one as part of the admitting process.
It's much easier to do in the comfort of your attorney's office, so if you know you're going to be hospitalized and you don't have a living will, call me.
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