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70 per cent of people in the United Kingdom do not make a will for they feel that a visit to the solicitors is not worth the expense, and the thought of death has an unsettling effect. They rest assured in the fact that their estates would pass on to their legal heirs in the absence of a will.
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The purpose of a Living Will declaration is to document your wish that life-sustaining treatment, including artificially or technologically supplied nutrition and hydration, be withheld or withdrawn if you are unable to make informed medical decisions and are in a terminal condition or in a permanently unconscious state.
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A will to live, formally called a living will form, is a type of advance directive. These legal forms are usually required to be notarized or signed and dated by witnesses. A living will form usually covers specific directions as to what kind of medical treatment your caregivers will give you or are not allowed to give you.
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Many people have the mistaken impression that their Last Will and Testament determines what happens to their possessions when they die. As John, a reader in Maryville, TN learned, that's not necessarily true.
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A Last Will and Testament controls the distribution of your property at death and you may give some one you trust guardianship over your children after your death. No property is transferred or effects will take place, a will is not effective as long as you're living.
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A living will gives your doctor permission to withdraw or even withhold life support systems under certain conditions. Filling out a living will form will declare that you desire to die a natural death, and that you do not want extraordinary medical treatment nor do you want hydration used to keep you alive if there is no hope for recovery.
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Avoid family disagreements. Many families struggle over who should get what. A will allows you to give your things to whomever you want, not to whomever a judge decides will get it. A Last Will and Testament is the legal document that controls the disposition of your property at death and may provide for guardianship for your children after your death.
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Death is never easy to deal with and knowing what to expect in probate will ease your concerns and allow you to think only of your dying loved one. The definition of probate is legally settling the deceased's property, also known as their estate. When a death occurs, the debts, property, possessions and money of the deceased will need to be dealt with in a legal manner and according the wishes of the deceased.
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And who needs a living will? Basically, a living will is a form of expression of independence. We are, after all, free to decide, in life and in death. The expression living will is sometimes used to refer to a document in which you write down what you want to happen if you become ill and cannot communicate your wishes about treatment.
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You don't need to be an economics major to figure out that if health care is going up 10 per cent or more every year while income is only going up 4 per cent, things are looking too good. It is entirely possible for a person to work their entire life and retire with a nest egg of $200,000 or more only to have it wiped out by one major medical issue.
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