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Depends on the state. I agree w/ freqflyer, go to an elder law attorney or at the very least contact your local senior center to see if they have individuals who will help you prepare these documents for free/reduced fee (again, depends on what the state requires as far as signatures...may only need a notary, may need an attorney's signature).

There's the DPOA, the health care proxy part of the living will and the health care directive part of the living will. The attorney will help you with all of that.

Do NOT go online and use those services...they are not always legally binding or have the correct language for every state and they may not contain the information you want (i.e. both representative AND end-of-life choices). I speak from experience.
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Make an appointment with an Elder Law Attorney to have him/her do a Power of Attorney which will allow your daughter to act in your best interest. The Attorney may even suggest doing a Living Will.
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