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I would imagine state laws vary, but they must know what they have to do. This is a good reason to have several "originals" from the attorney - those signed by the person, not photocopied. It's kind of a scary rule, as we make copies of these things to make sure they are available when needed. You could check with the CA Bar Association.
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...just to add to what Carol wrote...I used a legal website that has blank forms to fill in. Just check to see if they have updated forms for your state. It was so easy to use and saved us a lot of money. They also keep your forms on file for a certain period of time. I made several originals of my Mom's docs - some had to be notarized in front of witnesses. (all Mom's doctors seem to ask for originals to have on file.)

Carol: Do you know if the the DNR directive is included as part of the medical PoA? Or are these separate documents?

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Lilli
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