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As an aside, rumor has it that there are some states that do not recognize a POA as valid to delegate medical decisions to the person being given the POA. In those states, rumor suggests that it might be necessary to execute a Healthcare Power Of Attorney in order to allow another person to make end-of-life decisions. The same rumor suggests that a HPOA usually is much broader than a Living Will. Anyone interested in these types of issues should consult with an attorney, thus securing potentially accurate information instead of simple rumor. It has been said that the attorney who would prepare your Will also would be able to use a form to print off a HPOA.
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