Kiplinger's Retirement Report Says 
U.S. Living Will Registry is a Good Place 
to Store Advance Directives

In the December 2003 Kiplinger's Retirement Report, a segment on Estate Planning entitled "Paving the Way by Having Your Say", gave background information and advice about advance directives. Citing the Terri Schiavo case in Florida as a situation to avoid, Kiplinger's advised their readers to prepare an advance directive, and to consider registering it with the U.S. Living Will Registry to make sure it is available when needed. In the Schiavo case, the courts and state legislature got involved when family members disagreed on how to care for their comatose relative. 

To download the Kiplinger's segment click on the title Paving the Way by Having Your Say.  

If you have a problem opening this link, you may need to open an imaging program. You can do this by saving the file, then opening it in an imaging program...most computers already have an Imaging program...go to START, click on PROGRAMS, click on ACCESSORIES, then scroll down to IMAGING and open that program. Then open the file you saved previously from this program. 



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