Standard Documents

Acknowledgement Certificate

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 An acknowledgment is a formal declaration before an authorized official such as a notary, by a person who has signed a document, that the document is his or her act. Acknowledgments are governed by the Uniform Acknowledgment Act. Five forms are listed in that act. The person acknowledging the document must personally appear before the notary. In addition, the person may sign the document in the notary’s presence, or acknowledge that the signature on the document is his or her own. 

Advance Health Care Directive

An “advance health care directive” lets your physician, family and friends know your health care preferences, including the types of special treatment you want or don’t want at the end of life, your desire for diagnostic testing, surgical procedures, cardiopulmonary resuscitation and organ donation.  By considering your options early, you can ensure the quality of life that is important to you and avoid having your family “guess” your wishes or having to make critical medical care decisions for you under stress or in emotional turmoil.

The Georgia state code permits the creation of a durable power of attorney for health care. A Georgia durable power of attorney for health care permits a person to designate an agent to make health care decisions on his behalf if he is unable to do so due to incapacity. No physician or health care provider is subject to civil or criminal liability solely because she complies with the directions of an agent acting through a power of attorney. A common misconception is that a power of attorney continues after you die. For example, some people believe the agent is vested with authority to make decisions to deal with your funeral arrangements. In fact, a durable power of attorney for health care ends automatically when you die. An aspect of Georgia law that differs from that in other states involves your competence and termination of the power of attorney. Under Georgia law, you are able to terminate your durable power of attorney for health care without regard to your physical or mental condition.

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