Kansas Health Care (Medical) Power of Attorney Form

The Kansas Durable Health Care (Medical) Power of Attorney is a form that allows an individual (the Principal) to designate and appoint a person of their selection to act as their Agent for health care decisions. As § 58-632 states, this form will have language that represents the Agent’s ability to act on the Principal behalf to do such acts as :

  • Consent, refuse consent, or withdraw consent to care and treatments,
  • Make decisions about organ donation and autopsy, and
  • Make necessary arrangements with health care providers.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers and Letters of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 58-632) – A Kansas Health Care (Medical) Power of Attorney must be witnessed by two (2) witnesses or acknowledged by a Notary Public.