A living will
sets out a patient's wishes regarding how they want to be treated if they are seriously ill.
One document, typically called a living will
, spelled out Morrison's preferences for life-sustaining medical treatment, such as ventilators and feeding tubes.
The existence of a living will
that sets out a credible path to resolving the firm without public support makes it more plausible that regulators would actually opt for bankruptcy rather than feeling forced to mount a rescue.
Barton notes that a living will
also frees your loved ones from the pressure of having to make critical medical care decisions for you while they are under stress or in emotional turmoil.
Like many advanced directives, the WV living will
requires patients to make the same broad care decisions for a terminal condition or a persistent vegetative state.
For those in the early stages of a serious illness, the progression of which is known, a living will
can provide vital help and advice to loved ones at a time when they need it the most.
Given today's societal demands, there is a clear need for patients to create a living will
, which is a document designed to enforce a patient's rights to respect for his or her personality, human dignity, privacy and personal autonomy, as well as confidentiality in the handling of his or her clinical history (1).
The living will
requirement could actually yield similar results to restoring Glass-Steagall without actual re-enactment of the Depression-era la ws se parating commercial banking from investment banking, former FDIC Chairman Sheila Bair told Reuters TV earlier this month.
I'm a fit and able man of 48 and I'm thinking about making a living will
to set out treatments I don't want if I become seriously ill.
(7) This section requires certain large financial institutions to regularly report "the plan of such company for rapid and orderly resolution in the event of material financial distress or failure." (8) These resolution plans became popularly known as "living wills
." (9) Many financial institutions and their advocates agreed that living wills
were a prudential measure to avoid the resolution problems of the 2008 crisis, (10) But when the FDIC announced a proposed rule for the living will
requirements on April 22, 2011, observers voiced serious concerns over the proposed regulations.
Hall drew up a legal "living will
" in large part because her father passed away without one.
Medical Directives that contain elements of both the health care power of attorney and the living will
, by allowing individuals to state their wishes regarding various types of specific medical treatments, appoint a proxy, and record wishes regarding organ donation (see www.medicaldirective.org).