Idaho Advance Directive Form (Medical POA + Living Will)

An Idaho advance directive is a legal document outlining an individual’s wishes for end-of-life treatment, which involves topics of resuscitation, organ donation, comfort measures and more. This care-planning tool is also used to arrange a healthcare surrogate should the principal become incapacitated.

Laws

Statutory Form § 39-4510.1

Signing Requirements (§ 39-4510) – Only the principal’s signature is required by law.

State Definition (§ 39-4502(8)) – “Directive,” “advance directive” or “health care directive” means a document that substantially meets the requirements of section 39-4510(1), Idaho Code, or is a “Physician Orders for Scope of Treatment” (POST) form or is another document which represents a competent person’s authentic expression of such person’s wishes concerning his or her health care.

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