Living Will and Proxy for End-of-Life Decisions (Pennsylvania Catholic Conference)
Before completing your LIVING WILL and HEALTH CARE POWER OF ATTORNEY, you should discuss your instructions with your health care agent (if any), family members, your doctor, priest, deacon, chaplain, or anyone else who may become responsible for your care. This form was developed by Pennsylvania’s Catholic Bishops to offer ethical and religious guidance. Consult with an attorney if you have legal questions about your LIVING WILL and HEALTH CARE POWER OF ATTORNEY. This form is not intended to take the place of specific legal advice.
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