- Form Name
- Georgia Advance Directive For Health Care
- Where do you get the form
- There is no special form for designating a funeral agent. If you complete a Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care, you can specify what powers after death you want to grant your health care power of attorney, including the final disposition of your body.
- Who signs the form
- You, the author, must sign the form. In addition, two witnesses must sign it. The signatures do not have to be notarized.
- Revoking a Funeral agent
- You need to complete a new Health Care Power of Attorney Form.
- A copy of a validly executed advance directive for health care carries the same meaning and effect as the original document
- State link
- Georgia Code Title 31, Chapters 21 and 35.
When the screen appears, click “I agree” and, on the next page, search for the appropriate title.
- Other links
- Review Guide; Health Care Directives Form
- Georgia funeral directors association 770-592-8002