Iowa Estate Planning Laws
Created by FindLaw's team of legal writers and editors | Last reviewed June 20, 2016
Welcome to FindLaw's estate planning section for Iowans. This section covers the various laws and procedures governing the process of planning for one's inevitable demise and legacy, including the drafting of a valid will, designating a health care agent through the use of a durable power of attorney, writing a living will in order to ensure that your health care and end-of-life preferences are followed, and more. While living wills technically are not "wills," they allow you to refuse artificial life support in advance in the event you become unable to communicate with hospital staff. Click on a link below to learn more about Iowa estate planning laws.
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