The Montana medical power of attorney form allows individuals to appoint agents to make health care decisions for them if they become mentally incapacitated. The health care agent’s duty is to make sure that the principal’s wishes regarding medical treatments and procedures are carried out during their incapacitation. For instance, the agent will be able to respect and represent the principal’s interests on whether to keep them on life support and other life-sustaining treatments.
Laws – Title 50, Chapter 9 (Montana Rights of the Terminally Ill Act)
Signing Requirements (§ 50-9-103) – Two (2) Witnesses