Kansas Advance Directive Form

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Below is the information you'll need in order to obtain an Advance Directive in Kansas, which is comprised of two separate documents.

Overview: In Kansas you must fill out two separate forms to have a complete Advance Directive. The first form is a Living Will Declaration and the second is a "Durable Power Of Attorney For Healthcare Decisions"  (a.k.a. Health Care Proxy).

Required Information for the Living Will: Your signature must be Notarized OR two (2) witnesses must sign your KS Living Will for it to be considered valid. Witnesses CAN NOT be your agent, relative or beneficiary. 

Download the Kansas Living Will Form Here

Required Information for Naming a Health Care Proxy: Your signature must be Notarized OR two (2) witnesses must sign your KS "Durable Power Of Attorney For Healthcare Decisions" for it to be considered valid.

Download the Kansas Health Care Proxy Form Here
(Via Wichita Medical Research and Education Foundation)

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