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The California Advance Directive allows an individual to select someone else, known as the ‘attorney-in-fact’ to make health care related decisions on their behalf and to choose their end-of-life treatment options. The form is a combination of a living will and medical power of attorney so simplify the health care process in California. The document must be signed in the with the principal and either two (2) witness (not blood-related) or a notary public.

LawsPROB § 4700 – 4701

Signing Requirements – Two (2) Witnesses or a Notary Public.

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