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New Hampshire Advance Health Directive(Living Will) Form

New Hampshire Advance Health Directive(Living Will) Form

The New Hampshire advance health directive(living will) is a legal document that is specifically designed to guide an individual (Principal) through the steps of creating a document that will outline the wishes of the Principal, in the even they are unable to no longer make their own health care decisions or are in a persistent vegetative state. […]

New Hampshire Last Will and Testament Form

New Hampshire Last Will and Testament Form

The New Hampshire last will and testament is a document that would be used by an individual Testator who would like to prepare, while they are of sound mind, how they would  choose to distribute their estate, among their beneficiaries after the Testator’s death. Should the Testator decide they may wish to delegate a trusted executor, they may do […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – This document is provided so that any person of age (Testator) would use this document to create a written record of the Testator’s specific instructions with regard to how the Testator would instruct their executor to distribute personal property, financial accounts and real property, to their beneficiaries after the Testator’s death. The Testator may appoint an executor in this form. The document must be completed while the Testator is of sound mind and may also revoke the document as they wish

Living Will – This form is often also referred to as an “Advance Directive.” The document is created so that any individual (Principal), while they are of sound mind, will have be able to record their preferred medical treatment options. These preferrences would only be implemented once the Principal is no longer able to make 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. The document or any portion thereof, may be revoked at any time.