Witness needed for living will in WA statew

Does the state of Washington require witnesses for a living will in addition to the notary?

My understanding is a living will or what is commonly called a healthcare directive in Washington State, only needs notarization. If a notary cannot be found two disinterested witnesses can sign. A notary, however, is always preferred over witnesses. This is for a living will not a last will and testament which does require two witnesses in addition to the notary.

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