Medical Power of Attorney Vermont Form – Adobe PDF

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Under Vermont law, Title 18 – Chapter 231, it allows a resident to elect a health care surrogate to have unrestricted access to make medical decisions, treatments, and view records in order for the best interest of the principal. The surrogate chosen may not be compensated for their actions other than reimbursement for basic expenses such as food, travel and lodging.

If the principal would like to setup a living will in addition to appointing a surrogate, then he or she should fill out the Advance Directive.