Wyoming Will Forms | Last Will and Testament | Living Will

Wyoming will forms are documents that assist a person in preparation for end of life situations. The documents address different aspects of this type of preparation. For example a “living will,” provides the ability to set fourth their final wishes pertaining to the medical treatment they wish to receive while they are no longer able to communicate for themselves. The person (Principal) may also appoint a health care agent, who would be responsible for working with the physicians to be certain that all of the written wishes of the Principal are honored properly.

While the living will addresses medical wishes, the “last will and testament” will assist the person (Testator) in making final arrangements for their possessions (estate). In this case this document would allow a Testator to appoint a representative (executor) to ensure that the wishes of the distribution of their estate, to their beneficiaries, are properly divided once the testator is deceased. These documents may be revoked at any time the person feels necessary.

Wyoming Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

Wyoming Advance Health Care Directive(Living Will) Form

The Wyoming advance health care directive(living will) is a document that is designed to guide a person (principal) through the process of outlining the medical preference to be observed by physicians and health care agent(s) when the principal is no longer able to communicate their choices to their medical team. The document will immediately provide the ability […]

Wyoming Last Will and Testament Form

Wyoming Last Will and Testament Form

The Wyoming last will and testament is a legal document that provides guidance to any individual (Testator) who would care to create a written document, a standard will, so that the testator will be able to provide specific instructions prepared in the event the testator passes away. The document will provide the ability to name an executor to […]

Last Will and Testament VS Living Will

Last Will and Testament – Is a document, a standard will form that the Testator would use to create and provide a written record of the Testator’s instructions as to how the Testator wishes their executor, to distribute their estate after the Testator is deceased. If the Testator would like to appoint an executor, this document will accommodate this action. The executor will be require to divide the estate according to the instructions set fourth by the testator. This document may be changed or revoked at any time.

Living Will – Is also often recognized as an“Advance Directive.” This document is designed so that a person (Principal), would be guided in the creation of an outline concerning the medical treatment options that the principal would prefer during an end of life scenario. This completed document is usually implemented when the Principal is no longer able to make or communicate their own health care decisions  This document will also allow the Principal to select a health care agent (if needed) to ensure that the Principal’s advance instructions are honored. This document must be completed while the Principal is of sound mind. The form may also be revoked at any time.