Pennsylvania Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Pennsylvania will forms are forms that have been created to assist individuals in the organization of their end of life arrangements into written records to be certain that the disposition of their property is exactly as they wish and that their end of life medical decisions are honored.

A “last will and testament” form would guide the “Testator” through the process of outlining their instructions with regard to how they would like their executor to distribute their estate among their beneficiaries after death.

The “living will” would be prepared by a person (Principal) who would like to make their own medical decisions . This document would allow them to make and record those decisions, so that a medical providers and/or their health care agent will know precisely how to honor the Principal’s wishes, when/if they are no longer able to make their own medical decisions. The documents must be witnessed or acknowledged and may be revoked at any time

Pennsylvania Last Will and Testament Form

Pennsylvania Last Will and Testament Form

The Pennsylvania Last Will and Testament is a legal document that is to be prepared by a person also referred to as the Testator, to set fourth their estate, providing instructions with regard to how they wish their estate would be disposed of and to whom. The Testator may select and appoint their executor in this form, […]

Pennsylvania Living Will Form

Pennsylvania Living Will Form

The Pennsylvania living will is a legal document that must be completed by a person (Principal) who is interested in arranging their medical choices in advance in the event they face an end of life scenario. The wishes of the Principal would be legally protected with the presentation of this document, if necessary. The Principal may name […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – Is a standard will, that the Testator may use to provide a written record of the Testator’s instructions as to how the Testator would instruct their executor to distribute their estate after the Testator’s death. If the Testator would like to delegate an executor, this form will allow the Testator to name the executor in writing. This document may be changed or revoked at any time.

Living Will – Also be referred to as an“Advance Directive.” This document is provided so that a person (Principal), would be able to clearly provide the medical treatment options of their preference.Unless otherwise stated by the Principal, the document is usually implemented once the Principal is no longer able to make their own health care decisions  This document will also allow the Principal to select and provide information regarding their selected health care agent. The agent would be put into place to ensure that the Principal’s advance instructions are honored. This form must be completed (by the Principal) while the Principal is of sound mind. The form may be revoked at any time.