• It does need to be notarized and be prepared to give copies when you use either for legal reasons. I'm not a lawyer, so someone from the law section should tell clarify the answer.
  • Wills are NOT notarized! A DPOA probably should be notarized. and neither are filed with the county clerks office.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of this page, click on "How to Articles" and type "living will" in the search box. After you have read the articles there, type "Durable of Power of Attorney" and you will find several articles to help you.

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