Any of us can suddenly lose the ability to make decisions for ourselves, permanently or temporarily, due to accident or illness. It's important to appoint an agent you trust to make those decisions your behalf.
See the resources below for suggestions, and contact and elder law attorney for advice.
Planning your future? We can point you in the right direction and support your choices. We do not act as agents under power of attorney, but we can connect you with an elder law attorney and help you weigh your options. Contact Care is There today for a free consultation!
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- Prepare Your Advance Health Care Directives and Name a Health Care Agent
- Durable General Power of Attorney – Naming an Agent
- Do Not Resuscitate Orders (DNR)
- POLST: Physician’s Order for Life Sustaining Treatment