Links: David Stephenson
on ICE (In Case of Emergency) cell phone programming (h/t Organic George)
Living Will information by state is here
are not churchy. You might check with local denominations to see if they carry these for free.
The Hello Kitty picture is there ironically. Trust me.
I'd feel more comfortable if it were a Hello Cthulhu doll.ReplyDelete
I am not a lawyer, but feel it's important to point out that a living will usually only goes into effect once you are found to have a terminal condition. So, if you're unfortunate enough to wind up comatose, in a persistent vegetative state, or seriously impaired by a big stroke, the living will will not help you. You also need another advance directive, which in AL is called a Durable Power of Attorney for Healthcare or some such. This allows you to specify who you want to make decisions for you when you are unable to do so for yourself.ReplyDelete