Have you wondered who will make choices for you in the event of a health emergency that leaves you unable to make choices for yourself? If you become mentally incapacitated, is there someone you trust to make personal and health care decisions for you? Do you have a preference about organ or tissue donation, or strong feelings about whether you receive life-sustaining measures or other types of medical treatments? If you answered “yes” to any of those questions, you need a Personal Directive. Northwest Territories lawyers at Dragon Toner Law Office are of the view that a Personal Directive – also referred to as an Advance Directive, a Living Will, a Power of Attorney for Personal Care, or a Health Care Directive – is a key part of any estate plan. Here is what you need to know about Personal Directives.