A “living will” is an oxymoron.
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An oxymoron it may be but I really suggest that everyone have one. When my wife was diagnosed with terminal cancer, the talks leading up to completing a living will resolved a lot of issues about what she did and didn’t want done in an attempt to preserve her life.
It saves the family from a lot of soul-searching tough questions should the situation arise (which hopefully it never will).