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When it comes to your health care, especially during these uncertain times, you need to ensure that two estate planning documents are up to date. The first is your health care power of attorney. This document allows you to name a person to make medical decisions on your behalf or communicate your wishes in the event you are unable to do so. The second document your estate plan should include is an advance health care directive, sometimes referred to as a living will. It’s important to note that in California, these two documents are combined into a single document simply called the Advance Health Care Directive (AHCD). An advance health care directive clearly spells out your wishes for the end of your life. For example, it states whether you want to be placed on life support if you are in a persistent vegetative state or have a terminal illness. When reviewing your advanced health care directive, it is crucial that you determine wha