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Old 09-17-2007, 08:44 AM   #1
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Default Living Will format

So should I do a Living Will as a booklet and put a nice cover on it -- or should I just use letter or legal size paper printed on one side, and also put on a cover, but then fold it???

Hmm--should a person consult a lawyer on a will or living will?? My experience is, that they think they don't get paid enough to waste their time with them, so they add all kinds of conditions to make them complicated and raise the price. Then, years later asking other lawyers the significance of the extra clauses, the interpretation is so ambiguous, that the document seems worthless.

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