A Wyoming living will is commonly known as an advance healthcare directive. A Wyoming living will has two purposes. Most importantly, it documents your wishes related to medical care when you are unable to voice your desires for any reason. Second, a Wyoming living will names an agent who will make your medical decisions during that time. A Wyoming living will should be signed in front of two witnesses or notarized.
§ 35-22-403: The Wyoming law provides that an advance healthcare directive may be created in writing or provided orally. A Wyoming living will must be witnessed. It must also be notarized if the document is created in writing.
After creating a living will, you should take the next step and create a Wyoming last will and testament.