Living Will

A Living Will enables people to make a written statement about medical care and life-saving treatment that they wish to receive or refuse should they become severely incapacitated and unable to make their wishes clear.

If you are left paralysed following a car accident, have a stroke, a terminal illness or develop dementia your doctors have a legal obligation to do everything medically possible to keep you alive. If, however, you have made a Living Will stating that should you become severely incapacitated you do not want to be kept alive with life-sustaining treatments then doctors must bear your stated wishes in mind.

Making Life Plans - Case Study

Constance is 86 and has no close family. She is concerned that if she had a severe stroke that her doctors would prolong her life... View all case studies

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