Georgia Advance Directive | Medical Power of Attorney Form
The Georgia Advance Directive (Medical Power of Attorney) is available for any person of a sound mind to make use of in order to appoint a Health Care Agent. The form also allows for the executor (a party known the Declarant) to indicate their preferences in regards to life-sustaining procedures, or the provision of nourishment or hydration should they one day be in a terminal condition or state of permanent unconsciousness.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Advance Directives for Health Care
Signing Requirements (GA Code § 31-32-5) – The Advance Directive must be attested and subscribed in the presence of the Declarant by two (2) witnesses. The witnesses must meet all of the witness criteria that is outlined in this provision.