FAQ regarding Advance Directives
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Yes. While both are important, they're different.
A will tells people how you want to distribute your assets after you die. Your financial power of attorney helps with this.
In a living will, a type of advance directive, you make decisions for future medical care in case you ever became too sick to make decisions for yourself. A health care agent has durable medical power of attorney and is the person you choose to carry out your decisions.