Mississippi Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Mississippi will forms are documents that allow an individual to record their wishes for their end of life plans for both their estate as well as their medical decisions. The “last will and testament” will serve the individual (Testator) by guiding them through the process of naming their beneficiaries, naming an executor and recording the division of their estate, which will take place after the testator’s death

The “living will” serves the individual (Principal) by guiding them through the process of declaring their wishes with regard to end of life medical care. Either document used, must be completed while the individual is of sound mind. Once these documents are completed they must be signed by witnesses and/or notarization. The documents may still be changed or revoked at the discretion of the author.

Mississippi Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

Mississippi Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The Mississippi advance health care directive(living will) form is a legal document that is designated to serve an individual (Principal/Declarant) who is preparing their medical plans for an end of life situation. The document will allow the Principal to select someone they trust to assist their health care providers with decision making processes, if/when they are no longer […]

Mississippi Last Will and Testament Form

Mississippi Last Will and Testament Form

The Mississippi last will and testament is a legal document that shall guide an individual (Testator) through the process of creating a record of the distribution of their estate after their death. The estate may include personal property, financial account and any personal property. The Testator may designate an executor within this document to distribute their estate […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – The Testator would use this standard will document, to provide record of the individual’s (Testator’s) instructions pertaining to how the Testator would instruct their selected executor to distribute their personal property, financial accounts and real property, to be passed on to their beneficiaries at the Testator’s time of death. If the Testator intends to name an executor to divide the estate, they may do so within the pages of this document

Living Will – Is also known as an “Advance Directive.” This form is created so that an individual (Principal/declarant), will have the opportunity to outline their preferred medical treatment plans. These plans would be implemented only at a time when there is no doubt that  the Principal is no longer able to make or communicate their own decisions  This form will also allow the Principal to select a health care agent to ensure that all advance instructions are honored according to the instructions of the Principal.