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End of Life Decisions
Do I need a living will?
Speak to an attorney about the differences between a living will and formal will and whether one has already been drafted up for you.

How do I obtain a durable medical power of attorney?
It's best to have an attorney draft one up for you while you are healthy and doing mentally well. If you become incapacitated, then your family or significant other may have to obtain the durable medical power of attorney by going to court.

How do I obtain power of attorney?
It's best to have an attorney draft one up for you while you are healthy and doing well. If you become incapacitated, then your family or significant other may have to obtain the power of attorney by going to court.

Can I change an insurance beneficiary? If so how?
It depends on the type of insurance plan you have and whether any legally binding document or judgment prevents you from changing the beneficiary. Have an attorney look over your insurance paperwork and listen to the facts of your case.

How do I make an organ or tissue donation?
There are different ways to make an organ or tissue donation. Speak with an attorney to see if you have already authorized the donation of your organs or tissue.

What happens to sperm/eggs at fertility banks after I pass away?
Before placing your eggs/sperm in a fertility bank, you should speak with an attorney about what you consent or do not consent to in order to ensure the fertility bank and your family respects your wishes.