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Advance Directive For Mental Health

Proper Execution of Advance Directives for Mental Health

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Virtually every state requires some degree of formality when executing an advance directive. For instance, that the directive be in writing, and that it be witnessed by one or more witnesses and/or a Notary Public.

The person you appoint as Proxy may or may not have to agree in writing to accept the position.

A lawyer is not needed to create or execute an Advance Directive for Mental Health.

To learn about the formality required in your state, see offsite link. Click on “State By State Info”.

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