The Utah Living Will is called "My Health Care Wishes" and is included in an Advance Directive packet that also contains a form for naming a "Healthcare Power of Attorney" (a.k.a. Health Care Proxy) and specifying Organ Donation.

Required Information: You and one (1) witness must sign your UT Advance Directive for it to be considered valid. The witness CAN NOT be:

Related to the declarant by blood or marriage
Entitled to any portion of the declarant's estate according to the laws of intestate succession of any state or jurisdiction or under any will or codicil of the declarant
A beneficiary of a life insurance policy, trust, qualified plan, pay on death account, or transfer or death deed that is held, owned, made, or established by, or on behalf of, the declarant
Entitled to benefit financially upon the death of the declarant
Entitled to a right to, or interest in, real or personal property upon the death of the declarant
Directly financially responsible for the declarant's medical care
A health care provider who is providing care to the declarant or an administrator at a health care facility in which the declarant is receiving care
The appointed agent or alternate agent
Utah Advance Directive Form
Other resources for Utah:

Death Certificates
Digital Estate Planning Laws:
Law: HB 13 Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Assets Act
Description: This law authorizes a decedent’s personal representative or trustee to access and manage digital assets and electronic communications.
Status: This was approved on March 15, 2017; Effective on May 9, 2017

Death With Dignity Legislation (a.k.a. Aid-In-Dying or Physician-Assisted Death)
  • Utah has no legislation

Organ Donation Registries
Utah Organ Donation registry official link.

POLST (Physician Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment) Form
Download the POLST form for Utah residents.

Probate Laws

Estate And Inheritance Tax Rate
  • Utah has no estate tax or inheritance tax