Nevada Adds a Requirement for Its Health Care Directive
For durable powers of attorney for health care decisions, Nevada now requires a “certification of competency” for principals who live in certain medical facilities (such as a hospital, residential facility for groups, facility for skilled nursing or home for individual residential care) at the time of the execution of the power of attorney. (See 2013 Nevada Laws Ch. 224.)
The Nevada health care directive produced by Quicken WillMaker Plus 2013 & 2014 reflects these changes, but you must run the web update access the most current documents.
Learn more about the Living Wills & Medical Powers of Attorney on Nolo.com