Free endorsed PA Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney
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The only Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney form endorsed by both doctors and lawyers in Pennsylvania — available free!
You have a fundamental right to make your own health care decisions. As long as you are well enough, you and your physicians will make these decisions. However, if some day you are unable to make those decisions about your care because you are injured or too ill, others will have to make these decisions for you. You have the right to choose the persons who will make those decisions for you and let them know your wishes about the treatment you want, and the treatment you don't want.
Plan ahead. Protect yourself. Protect your family.
Take a moment to view the introductory video, and the step by step guide to the free living will form. You can play the videos for your friends, family, church or community group.
- Play the introductory video, "Why this is so Important."*
- Play the step by step guide to using the free endorsed Pennsylvania Health Care Power of Attorney and Living Will form.*
* These videos are suitable for individuals and groups.
There are three convenient ways to complete the free Living Will form. Print the form out, and fill it in by hand; complete the form online, and then print it out; or download a fill in form to your computer where you can fill it out, save it and print it. Feel free to share this form and brochure with friends, family, church or community groups. You can also order multiple copies to share. It's never been so easy to protect yourself and your loved ones.
- Print or download a copy of the brochure and Living Will form to fill in by hand.
- Fill in on line and print or download brochure and Living Will form that you can fill in on your computer, save and print.
- Order this brochure and form for patients, families, and community groups.
This form and brochure have been provided as a public service by the Allegheny County Bar Association and the Allegheny County Medical Society. They are not intended to take the place of specific legal or medical advice for which you should rely upon your own attorney and physician.