State Durable Power of Attorney Laws
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Durable power of attorney laws concern how an individual who has become incapacitated can control certain decisions concerning their health care, by giving another individual the legal authority to decide issues such as discontinuation of artificial life support. Choose a state from the map or a link from the list below for state-specific durable power of attorney laws.
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