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Editor’s note: This is the second article in a two-part series by Bobby Conville about the importance of having an estate plan and documents legal counsel may recommend. The first part ran Oct. 30.

4. Living will. A living will expresses your intentions regarding the use of life-sustaining measures in the event of a terminal illness. It expresses what you want but does not give anyone the authority to speak for you.

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