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    Default Doctor for Advance Directive

    My question involves estate proceedings in the state of: Arizona

    There is a section for my physician to sign. Does that need to be done to make the document valid and legal? Is it required or can I just skip that part. It will take maybe months to get that done.

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    Default Re: Doctor for Advance Directive

    This might help potential responders:

    https://www.expertlaw.com/forums/sho...t=#post1128535

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    Default Re: Doctor for Advance Directive

    You realize we've never seen the document you're talking about, right?

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    Default Re: Doctor for Advance Directive

    If you're talking about the LCP forms that the state of Arizona provides, you'll note that the section with the physician signature is explicitly labeled OPTIONAL and tells you why you would want to have it signed and what to do if you do not want to have it signed.

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    Default Re: Doctor for Advance Directive

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    If you're talking about the LCP forms that the state of Arizona provides, you'll note that the section with the physician signature is explicitly labeled OPTIONAL and tells you why you would want to have it signed and what to do if you do not want to have it signed.
    Goodness sakes, I just realized that. On the left side of the paper is a column that says that section is optional. Thank you so much. I think I didn't notice that because the black text is on grey background. Three sections are optional. Thanks 'flyingron'. I will research now to find out what could happen if my GP has not signed it.

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