Updated on May 8th, 2021
An Arizona living will is a form that allows a person to choose their end-of-life treatment options in the event of their incapacitation. If a living will is not completed, by default, medical staff are required to keep a patient alive as long as possible. Therefore, most individuals use a living to leave instructions that life-sustaining treatment be withdrawn or withheld if there is no curable solution.
Laws – § 36-3261
Signing Requirements (§ 36-3221)- One (1) Witness or Notary Public
Statutory Form – § 36-3262