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Making a Living Will in Oklahoma

  • What is an Oklahoma Living Will?

    An Oklahoma Living Will is a legal document that outlines your wishes in relation to health care, such as your refusal or acceptance of a medical treatment or procedure, in addition to the optional naming of a trusted decision maker or "agent."

    The person making a Living Will is called the "principal," and the individual or organization obtaining authority to carry out the principal's wishes is called the "agent." Suited for Oklahoma residents, this Living Will is made for use in Atoka County, Adair County, Alfalfa County, and in every other county across the state. Any Oklahoma Living Will form from Rocket Lawyer can be tailored to address your specific scenario. As a result of this legal document, your medical institutions will have a point of reference for your preferences, and your agent will be able to provide proof that they have been given the authority to make choices for you.

  • How do I write a Living Will in Oklahoma?

    It's simple and easy to outline your medical wishes with a free Oklahoma Living Will template from Rocket Lawyer:

    1. Make the document - Answer a few basic questions, and we will do the rest
    2. Send or share it - Look over the document with your healthcare agent(s) or get legal help
    3. Sign it and make it legal - Required or not, witnesses and notarization are a best practice

    This solution will often end up being notably less time-consuming than hiring the average law firm. If necessary, you can fill out this Living Will on behalf of your spouse or another relative, and then help that person sign it when ready. Please keep in mind that for this document to be considered valid, the principal must be a mentally competent adult when they sign. If the principal has already been declared legally incompetent, a court-appointed conservatorship might be necessary. When dealing with this scenario, it would be best for you to speak with an attorney.

  • Do I need to have a Living Will?

    Anyone who is over 18 ought to have a Living Will. Although it's challenging to acknowledge, there may come a time when you are not able to make your own medical decisions. Typical situations where it would be useful to make or update your Living Will include:

    • You are managing a terminal illness
    • You are planning for an upcoming medical procedure or hospitalization
    • You currently live in or have plans to move into an adult care facility
    • You are getting older or have declining health

    Whether this Oklahoma Living Will is being created as a result of a recent change in your health or as part of a forward-looking plan, witnesses and notarization are highly recommended as a best practice for protecting this document and/or your agent if anyone challenges their authority. That said, Living Wills are not valid during pregnancy in Oklahoma.

  • Do I need an attorney to review my Living Will in Oklahoma?

    Making a Living Will is normally simple to do, but you or your agent(s) could need advice. Hiring a lawyer to provide feedback on your Oklahoma Living Will might be expensive. An easier option is through attorney services at Rocket Lawyer. As a Premium member, you can get your document reviewed or ask any questions. You can rest assured that Rocket Lawyer will be here for you.

  • What might I traditionally need to pay to make a Living Will in Oklahoma?

    The fees associated with meeting and hiring a conventional law firm to make a Living Will could add up to anywhere from $200 to $1,000, depending on where you are. Different from other Living Will template websites that you might discover elsewhere, Rocket Lawyer offers Premium members up to a 40% discount when hiring a lawyer, so an attorney from our network can represent you if you ever need support.

  • Would I need to take additional actions after writing an Oklahoma Living Will?

    After making this Living Will form on Rocket Lawyer, you can get to it in your account at any time and place. Feel free to engage with it in any of the following ways: making edits, saving it in Word or PDF format, and/or signing it. Each Oklahoma Living Will form has a set of tips on what is next after the document is completed. Your agent(s) and care providers should receive copies of the fully executed document.

  • Does a Living Will need to be notarized or witnessed in Oklahoma?

    The specific guidelines and restrictions governing Living Wills will be different in each state; however, in Oklahoma, your document must be signed by two witnesses. Your witnesses should not include your spouse, adopted children, relatives, heirs, or any other beneficiary. As a basic principle, your witnesses must not be under the age of 18, and none should also be named as your healthcare agent.

    Oklahoma Living Will Laws: Oklahoma Stat. § 63-3101.4

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