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Download this North Carolina advance directive form, also known as an “advance directive for a natural death” which allows you to specify that you do not want certain life-sustaining methods used in the event of a terminal illness.


Under North Carolina law, a declaration: expresses a desire of the declarant that life-prolonging measures not be used to prolong the declarant’s life if, as specified in the declaration as to any or all of the following or  the declarant has an incurable or irreversible condition that will result in the declarant’s death within a relatively short period of time; or the declarant becomes unconscious and, to a high degree of medical certainty, will never regain consciousness; the declarant suffers from advanced dementia or any other condition resulting in the substantial loss of cognitive ability and that loss, to a high degree of medical certainty, is not reversible. NC ST § 90-321