Nevada Durable Power Of Attorney For Healthcare Form is used when you want someone else to make health care related decisions on your behalf. This form can only be used in the state of Nevada. Even though the attorney-in-fact may have the rights to make healthcare decisions , you have the rights to object for the treatment and no treatment would be given if you object.
How to Fill the Nevada Durable Power Of Attorney For Healthcare Form
Below mentioned steps shall help you in understanding and filling the form: –
In the beginning of the form there are important facts stated which shall help you in understanding the consequences of giving such powers, read them carefully before you begin filling the document.
Once all of them are carefully read, understood & accepted, begin filling the form. Firstly, provide the legally registered name of the principal or grantor followed by the full name, complete address & the contact number of agent. By doing so the grantor acknowledges that they hereby willingly give the authority to the agent to represent them in matters related to the healthcare.
This document covers several points such as designation of the healthcare agent which explains the general powers they hold, special provisions and / or limitations wherein the grantor can specify any additions or limitations to the powers of the agent apart from the ones given, duration of the power of attorney (if applicable), statement of desires wherein the grantor needs to choose from the given statements which they wish to convey to the agent or can also mention any additional statement, etc!
After that, complete details of the first & the second alternate attorney-in-fact must be given and should include they name address and phone number.
In the eighth point, the principal must place the date, city, state & signature, by doing so they revoke any prior powers of attorney for healthcare.
Next, you must mention complete details of witnesses which must include their signature, full name, address and present date and the same should be mentioned on the declaration in the next page.
Lastly, it is important to note that this power of attorney shall not be considered valid unless either you have signature and details of two witnesses who you know personally or notarization of this document by the Notary Public