Sunday, March 20, 2005

How To Protect Your Own Life - and Death

We will let others who are more knowledgeable, like Abstract Appeal , comment about the Terri Schiavo case, which is rapidly spinning completely out of control.

Except to say this: Unless you relish the prospect of having a politician with no particular skill except exterminating bugs trolling for votes over your helpless body, you should execute a Living Will. While you're at it, in case some day you might become as insensate as a rutabaga sign a Medical Surrogate form, too.

Go to the web site for the Florida State Bar and print out the free forms. Two witness signatures needed, neither of whom would benefit under your regular will.

Protect yourself against an "orgy of grandstanding."

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