Rhode Island Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Rhode Island will forms are legal documents that assist in creating documents addressing end of life or after death arrangements. The forms must be completed by the individual, while they are of sound mind. A “living will,” is a document that will guide the person, also known as a “Principal” through the process of placing into writing, their wishes with regard to their end of life medical care. The form will guide the user in the delegation of a health care agent as well. Once the document is completed, it must be witnessed or notarized to be effective.

A “last will and testament” is a form that, once downloaded, would allow a person (Testator) to prepare their estate for distribution after their death. This document will also allow a testator to also appoint a trusted executor to distribute the estate. The Testator will have the ability provide beneficiaries information. The document must be completed while the Testator is of sound mind. The document may be changed or revoked as the Testator wishes.

Rhode Island Last Will and Testament Form

Rhode Island Last Will and Testament Form

The Rhode Island last will and testament is a document that would be utilized by an individual (Testator) who would like to make advanced preparations, while they are of sound mind, as to how they would  choose to divide their estate among their chosen beneficiaries, after the Testator’s death. Should the Testator choose, they may appoint an executor […]

Rhode Island Living Will Form

Rhode Island Living Will Form

The Rhode Island living will is a legal document (also known as an advance directive) that is used for the purpose of establishing the wishes of the Principal with regard to their selection of end of life medical care. The Rhode Island “living will” form, although brief, specifies the desire to withhold treatment in the event that […]

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 the executor to distribute their estate after the Testator’s time death. If the Testator would like to delegate an executor, this too, may be done within this document. This document may be changed or revoked at any time.

Living Will – Or an“Advance Directive.” The document is designed to provide assistance to any person (Principal),  who would would need to clearly outline the specific medical treatment options that they would prefer. This document is usually implemented when the Principal is no longer able to make their own health care decisions. This document also allows the Principal to select a health care agent to provide certainty that the Principal’s instructions are properly honored as written. It’s required by law that the document must be completed while the Principal is of sound mind. The form may also be revoked at any time by the Principal only. The document must be witnessed and/or notarized.