Living Will Forms
Most of us hate to imagine becoming so ill that we can’t advocate for ourselves. But if you are severely injured, unconscious or terminally ill, a living will is your voice. A legally valid living will describes the type of life-saving measures you do – or don’t – want. If you use Bradford Publishing's Colorado-approved form, you gain a tool that speaks for you when you can no longer speak for yourself.
Learning more about living wills and advance directives
A living will form is just one tool available for helping guide medical decisions when you are very ill. Others include a medical power of attorney and a Do Not Resuscitate order. Whether you are writing so-called “advance directives” for yourself or a family member, Bradford’s helpful booklet, Planning Ahead: Living Wills and Other Advance Directives, tells you everything you need to know about how these forms work alone and together, helping you make your wishes known before you are disabled.