Creating a Living Will in Rhode Island

A living will is legally binding and ensures that your wishes are carried out. Without a living will, health care choices might be made without you by a doctor, a family member, or even judges. In Rhode Island, you should have both a living will and a document that specifies your durable power of attorney. This document names the person you want to officially choose or refuse treatments for you. Your durable power of attorney uses your living will to assist him in making those decisions.

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Jason D. Monzack
Helping Rhode Island business owners and probate clients with all their legal needs since 1997.
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