Michigan Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Michigan will forms are legal documents that will serve each user on different levels. A last will and testament for will guide the individual (Testator) through the process of outlining the disposition of their estate after their death. The living will, would be a form that allows the individual (Principal) to make their end of life medical treatment decisions, while of sound mind. The Principal will have the opportunity to consider their wishes then create a record to ensure that their family and medical provider are aware their wishes in the event they are no longer able to communicate their wishes on their own. These forms must be witnessed and/or notarized. These documents may be revoked or changed at the discretion of the author.

Michigan Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

Michigan Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The Michigan advance health care directive(living will) is a legal document that will allow an individual (Principal) to create a document, while they are of sound mind that will declare to medical providers as well as the Principal’s family, their specific end of life wishes. The document will legally protect the Principal’s decisions when they are no […]

Michigan Last Will and Testament Form

Michigan Last Will and Testament Form

The Michigan last will and testament is a legal document that is designed to guide an individual (Testator) through the process of creating a standard will that will reflect the wishes of the Testator with regard to the division of their estate (real estate, personal property and/or financial accounts) to be left to their beneficiaries. As well, […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – The Testator would use this standard will form so that they may provide a written record of the Testator’s personal and specific instructions pertaining to the Testator’s wishes regarding how to distribute their estate after their death. This document would clearly state how their personal property, financial accounts and real property, must be transferred to their beneficiaries. If the Testator shall intend to appoint an executor to distribute their property, the Testator will have the opportunity to place that information within the document.

Living Will – This “Advance Directive” form has been designed to guide an individual (Principal), through the process of creating a written record of their preferred medical treatment options. The contents of this document would become effective only when the Principal is no longer able to make their own decisions  This form will provide a transparency to the family members and medical providers as to the Principal’s wishes and will legally protect the rights of the Principal, so that they will receive the treatments or withdrawal of treatment they choose and will not be forced to remain alive if their life will never be acceptable according to the Principal’s definition. This document must be completed by the Principal and while they are of sound mind. The Principal may also revoke or change their document as they wish.