In any Advance Medical Directive, language specific to an individual's religious or spiritual beliefs regarding post-mortem handling of the body is important. We offer one such example here.
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In case of accident or other mishap wherein you might be incapacitated, it's handy to have a wallet-sized Vermont Advance Directive with you.
The Trust and Estate Department offers this document for consideration as a form for an advance directive under 18 VSA § 9701 et seq.
John Newman provides this document as an example of a simple will. Not much of the drafting is his own. The will is an amalgamation of a variety of other wills.