- Statutory Durable Power of Attorney
- Durable General Power of Attorney
- Certification of Durable Power of Attorney by Agent
- Medical Power of Attorney
- HIPAA Release
- HIPAA Release – Health & Safety Code § 181 154(d)
- Directive to Physician
- Codicil to Will
- Gift by a Living Donor Exhibit
- Revocation of Powers of Attorney
- Declaration of Guardian
- Supported Decision-Making Agreement
- Declaration for Mental Health Treatment
- Declaration of Appointment of Guardian for My Child
- Appointment for Disposition of Remains
- Revocable Transfer on Death Deed
- Cancellation of Transfer on Death Deed
- Will with Testamentary Trust
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