The form and instructions below were created by Disability Rights Montana, based on the mental health care advance directives law, Title 53,Part 13, of the Montana Code Annotated (2012). The law says any signed, dated notarized document that expresses a person’s clear intention that it serve as a advance directive form, and no person may be required to use any particular form for creating a directive. Advance Directives may be entirely handwritten and out of state Advance Directives are valid if they meet Montana legal requirements.
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