North Carolina Advance Directive Form

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

Overview: In North Carolina you must fill out two separate forms to have a complete Advance Directive: A Living Will called "Advance Directive for a Natural Death" and a "Power of Attorney for Healthcare" (a.k.a. Health Care Proxy).

Required Information for the Living Will: Your and two (2) witnesses' signatures must be Notarized for your NC Living Will to be considered valid.

Download the North Carolina Living Will Form Here

Required Information for Naming a Health Care Proxy: Your and two (2) witnesses' signatures must be Notarized for your NC Health Care Proxy form to be considered valid.

Download the North Carolina Health Care Proxy Form Here
(Via North Carolina Medical Society)

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