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Question:
Who should get copies of my Advance Directive?

Answer:
After signing your Advance Directive you should give a copy to your heath care representative(s), your physicians, family members, your attorney, and anyone else that may be involved with your health care. Keep a list of persons who have a copy of your Advance Directive. If you later change or revoke your Advance Directive, you will want to destroy the outdated copies.