Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney

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Preserving Your Wishes With Wills and Powers of Attorney.

Use a power of attorney to appoint a trusted person to make financial or medical decisions on your behalf.
Every individual has the right to refuse medical treatment for any reason. However, if that individual is unable to make decisions for themselves, their wishes must be in writing ahead of time. There are two main estate planning documents used for this purpose, a living will and power of attorney.

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