In General, What Should I Do Before Completing An Advance Directive?

Take your time. Consider whom you might choose to be your proxy. Think about your treatment wishes. Discuss the issue with family members and your doctor. Talk with your minister, rabbi, priest or other spiritual leader if you feel it would be helpful.

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