Patients and Caregivers
An advance directive is a legal document that tells your family, friends and healthcare professionals the care you would like to have if you become unable to make medical decisions. Through advance directives, you can make legally valid decisions about your future medical treatment.
You do not need a lawyer to complete your advance directives. However, you should be aware that each state has its own laws for creating advance directives.
There are three advance directives recognized in Texas:
By creating an advance directive, you are making your preferences about medical care known before you're faced with a serious injury or illness. This will spare your loved ones the stress of making decisions about your care while you are sick. Any person 18 years of age or older can prepare an advance directive.
In order to make your directive legally binding, you must sign it, or direct another to sign it, in the presence of two witnesses who must also sign the document.
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