2. Write your living will
In some states, this crucial document and the health care proxy are actually combined into one document called advance health care directive. A living will contains the medical treatments you want to receive in case you’re incapacitated, and you have virtually no chance of getting better.
This important document also expresses your wishes when it comes to health care facilities. Make sure that the person who will make medical decisions on your behalf knows every single detail of your living will. And just like a health care proxy, you should place your living will in a safe place.