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A Living Will states your instructions regarding your medical treatment in the event that you become mentally or physically incapacitated. For example, it may state whether you want to be maintained on life support, even if you are unconscious and there is no possibility of recovering from your illness. It may also state whether you want to live at home or in a hospice during the final stages of a fatal illness, as well as whether you want to donate your organs after death. A Living Will must be executed in conformity with the requirements of New York law... A health care proxy designates a trusted relative, friend, etc. to make health care decisions for you. A health care proxy must be executed in conformity with the requirements of New York law... If the person who died ("decedent") had a valid Last Will and Testament ("Will"), and owned assets in the decedent's name without a co-owner or designated beneficiary, the estate will need to be probated in the New York Surrogate's Court..
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