New Utah Health Care Directive. On January 1, 2008, the Utah Legislature made effective the new Utah Health Care Directive. Previously, it was advisable to have both a Living Will (to prohibit the use of "heroic" medical procedures to prolong life if you became terminally ill) and a Health Care Power of Attorney (to name an agent to make medical decisions for you if you were unable to do so).
Now, the new Utah Health Care Directive combines the Living Will and Health Care Power of Attorney into one document. It's easy to complete and needs to be signed in front of only one witness (who is not related to you nor a medical provider, such as a doctor, etc.).
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