Senate Enrolled Act 204 (P.L. 50-2021) became effective on July 1, 2021. It created a new single type of healthcare advance directive to appoint one or more healthcare representatives and/or state-specific instructions, wishes, and/or treatment preferences.
By the time this seminar occurs, the new-style health care advance directive will have replaced the durable power of attorney for health care under I.C. § 30-5-5-16, the appointment of health care representative under I.C. § 16-36-1-7, and the living will declaration under I.C. § 16-36-4-10. The most notable feature of this "replacement" aspect of the new statute is that healthcare powers included in general powers of attorney signed after December 31, 2022, will be void.
Join Bob Fechtman for this convenient one-hour webcast as he guides you through the key elements, signing requirements, remote signing options, presumptions, and optional provisions of the new healthcare advance directive.
Robert W. Fechtman
Fechtman Law Office, Indianapolis
Indiana’s New Health Care Advance Directive
1 CLE - Thursday, February 16; 12:15 P.M. - 1:15 P.M.
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