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Download the Kentucky Advance Directive, also referred to as the living will directive, which is a form that allows a person in Kentucky to choose in advance, a healthcare surrogate, designate the types of life sustaining treatment, if any, desired in the event of the person’s inability to make decisions and choose what organs, if any, should be donated.


Kentucky law states: “Advance directive” means a living will directive made in accordance with KRS 311.621 to 311.643, a living will or designation of health care surrogate executed prior to July 15, 1994, and any other document that provides directions relative to health care to be provided to the person executing the document.” KY ST § 311.621