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Download this Vermont Advance Directive Form, in order to document your wishes and desires for certain medical treatments in advance of any incapacity you may have where you can no longer make decisions or communicate for yourself.  This form also provides options for after-death wishes including organ and tissue donation.


Under Vermont Law, “Advance directive” means a written record executed pursuant to section 9703 of this title, which may include appointment of an agent, identification of a preferred primary care clinician, instructions on health care desires or treatment goals, an anatomical gift as defined in subdivision 5238(1) of this title, disposition of remains, and funeral goods and services. The term includes documents designated under prior law as a durable power of attorney for health care or a terminal care document. VT ST T. 18 § 9701