No two ways about it — creating an advance directive is a challenging process, both in terms of getting the paperwork right and in terms of the emotional toll it may take. Whether you’re currently in a situation that requires an advance directive or just planning for the future, handling paperwork that needs to be clear, consistent, and notarized can be a challenge.
For durable power of attorney and similar forms, make sure to consult with a legal professional before making any big decisions. Having a lawyer draft these documents for you is always the best bet.
When you go digital with your advance directive, you can prepare and sign forms and documents digitally to save time and reduce stress. On top of this, you can partner with online notary services like Notarize to make digital notarization a quick process.