All competent adults can appoint a health care agent by signing a form called a Health Care Proxy. You don't need a lawyer, just two adult witnesses. However, because of the legal implications involved, it is suggested that you consult with a qualified estateplanning attorney before completing a health care proxy or any other advance care document.
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