Everything You Need To Know About the Medical Power of Attorney in Nebraska

Advance Health Care Directive Everything You Need To Know About the Medical Power of Attorney in Nebraska

The Simple Way to a Medical Power of Attorney in Nebraska

Thinking ahead and making your wishes regarding medical treatment known can rid your family of the burden of making tough decisions. The best way you can ensure your decisions are respected by your health care provider, family, and friends is to have them in writing.

Learn about the purpose of having a medical power of attorney in Nebraska and create your own in a matter of moments with DoNotPay!

What Is a Nebraska Medical Power of Attorney?

A medical power of attorney (also known as a power of attorney for health care or a health care proxy) is one part of the advance health directive you can create in the State of Nebraska, the other one being the living will.


Each of these parts of the advance health directive in Nebraska works in the interest of the declarant’s health, and here’s how:

Advance Health Directives in Nebraska Purpose
Medical power of attorney (POA) Allows the declarant to designate a representative (known as a health care agent) to decide about their health when they are:

  • Terminally ill
  • Unable to communicate their wishes
State-specific living will Enables the declarant to state their wishes regarding end-of-life health care in writing before they become incapacitated due to their illness’ progression

How To Choose a Representative for Your Nebraska Medical Power of Attorney

Designating someone to make decisions regarding your health is no easy task. You want your health care agent to respect your wishes and decide in your best interest. The State of Nebraska has several limitations in place to ensure your health care agent cannot directly interfere with your medical treatment but rather convey your wishes.

Check the table below to find out who can be your health care agent in Nebraska:

Your Health Care Agent Can Be: Your Health Care Agent Cannot Be:
  • Family member
  • Spouse or partner
  • Close friend
  • Your assigned physician
  • An employee of your assigned physician
  • A person who is a health care agent for more than ten people (unless they are your relative)

How To Create a Medical Power of Attorney in Nebraska

Once you decide on the person you want to represent you and your best interests, it’s time to make your decision official by drafting your medical POA. There are several ways you can create a medical power of attorney in Nebraska:

  1. Find, download, and complete an online form
  2. Write the medical power of attorney from scratch
  3. Hire a lawyer to draft the document for you
  4. Use DoNotPay

With DoNotPay, you’re saving yourself both the difficulties of writing your own medical power of attorney or living will and the costs of hiring a lawyer.

Get a Personalized Nebraska Medical Power of Attorney in a Snap With DoNotPay

The hardest part of creating a medical power of attorney is choosing your health care agent, but once you’re sure of who you want it to be, drafting the official document can be a breeze. DoNotPay offers a tool that takes care of all the formalities of end-of-life health care for you, and all you need to do is:

  1. Log in to your DoNotPay account
  2. Select the Advance Health Care Directive feature
  3. Designate an agent and specify the treatments you wish (or don’t wish) to receive

After completing all steps, you will receive a complete advance health care directive form that ensures you’re prepared for any unfortunate medical circumstances. To finalize the process, you will have to:

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