Download this New Jersey advance directive form, also known as an advance directive for health care, which includes a “proxy directive” allowing you to designate a trusted friend or relative to make medical decisions for you when you are unable to. It also includes an “instruction directive” which allows you to designate specific instructions for life sustaining treatment in the event you cannot communicate your wishes.
Under New Jersey law, “Advance directive for health care” or “advance directive” means a writing executed in accordance with the requirements of P.L.1991, c. 201. An “advance directive” may include a proxy directive or an instruction directive, or both. NJ ST 26:2H-55