Washington Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Washington will forms are legal forms that are designed to assist anyone who is of legal age and sound mind, to prepare for end of life situations with both their possessions as well as having the ability to make their own medical decisions in preparation for end of life scenarios. For example, a “living will” will serve the purpose of providing medical providers and health care agent, the information needed, in written record so that all parties will have a document to refer to while making end of life decisions on behalf of the Principal. Should the Principal need to select a health care agent, they may do so with this form.

The “last will and testament” is a document that will allow a user to provide a document that will outline how they would like their estate or their possessions to be distributed to their beneficiaries. The Testator may also assign an executor, to divide the estate once the testator is deceased. These documents may be changed by revocation and creating a new document or, they may simply revoke the document as they wish.

Washington Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

Washington Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The Washington advance health care directive(living will) is a legal document that is prepared by a person (Principal) who would like to simply state their end of life decisions in writing, while they are of sound mind, so there are no questions with regard to the medical options they would select when they are no longer able […]

Washington Last Will and Testament Form

Washington Last Will and Testament Form

The Washington last will and testament is a legal document that is provided for a person (Testator) so that they may specify exactly how they would like to have their estate divided among their beneficiaries. The estate could consist of all or any of the following: personal property, real property and or all financial accounts, (banking, retirement […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – This form is a legal document also considered a standard will form, a person would utilize this document to create a written and witnessed record, while they are still of sound mind, of the Testator’s specific instructions regarding how the Testator would prefer to instruct their chosen executor to distribute their estate to their beneficiaries once the testator is deceased. If the Testator still needs to appoint an executor, they may do so within this document.The document may be revoked at as the testator wishes.

Living Will – This is a legal document that is often referred to as an “Advance Directive.” The document is available to an individual (Principal), so that they will have the ability to record their preferred medical treatment options in the event they are under end of life circumstances and are no longer able to express their wishes to their physicians. The Principal would be able to appoint a health care agent who would serve the Principal by assisting medical providers during the decision making processes regarding the continuation or withholding of treatment. The document would be implemented once it has been determined by the physicians that the Principal is unable to make their own decisions, to allow the health care agent to assist their physicians in making decisions that will continue to honor the wishes of the Principal .  The document must be completed while the Principal is of sound mind and may be revoked at their discretion.