After you create your documents, you'll need to sign to make them legally valid. We provide clear instructions on the first page of each document that outline exactly what's required in your state. However, we can give you a general idea of what to expect.
HIPAA just requires signatures, but your signature, 2 witnesses and a notary are usually required on these docs:
- Will (optional in some states, but recommended)
- Living Will
- Power of Attorney
No need to file your Will with the court / government, or to send back to us once signed and notarized. All you do is keep it in a safe place and let your loved ones know where it is!