A Kentucky medical power of attorney form is a document that allows you to select a representative who can make medical decisions for you if you become mentally or physically incapacitated.
Statute: The Kentucky Revised Statutes Title 26, Section 311.621 – 311.647.
Signing Requirements: To be valid in Kentucky, your medical power of attorney must either be acknowledged by a notary public or signed in the presence of two witnesses (who must also sign the document). If you’re physically unable to sign, you can direct someone else to sign in your presence (Ky. Rev. Stat. §311.625).
Revocation: Your Medical Power of Attorney is valid indefinitely until it’s revoked. Once you complete the revocation, make sure you notify your agent and any health care providers so they can note the change in your medical records (Ky. Rev. Stat. §311.627).
Below is a free, downloadable Kentucky medical power of attorney form that you can print out.