The InfoAmerica Living Will Kit is America's number one seller since 1985.
With the use of this kit, decisions can be made NOW regarding your medical and financial situation should you become incapacitated LATER. This kit includes Living Will forms and Durable Power of Attorney forms for both health care and financial care, along with complete instructions for their use. Don't let anyone decide when life ends for you! Complete Kit only $14.95.
What does this kit contain?
This kit contains all the legal documents you need to successfully prepare a legally binding living will and durable power of attorney for both financial and health care. All the forms are in a fill-in-the-blank format - both printed and on CD software. Also included are instructions explaining how to prepare the forms and then what to do with them when finished.
Living Will & Durable Power of Attorney
What would you do if you were involved in a serious accident or had an illness such as Alzheimer's Disease? With a living will and durable power of attorney, you can prepare now should you be incapacitated later. All medical and financial decisions will be made ahead of time.
Without a living will, it's quite possible the state, and not the dying person's family, will decide whether life support systems will be used or not. In many cases, the state decides against the family wishes because of the fear of a possible lawsuit.
What is a Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney?
A living will is a legal document which is prepared when a person is mentally competent which will dictate a person's wish not to be kept alive on life support machines after they may become brain dead in a serious accident or from an illness.
A durable power of attorney is a legal document which authorizes one person to act on behalf of the individual granting the durable power of attorney to make financial and/or medical decisions on the individual's behalf should the individual become incapacitated. "Durable" means the power of attorney survives if the individual preparing it becomes incapacitated. If no durable power of attorney is prepared and the individual becomes incapacitated, the court will appoint a guardian or conservator to make the decisions.
Complete Kit: Forms & instructions with CD-ROM software disk