Now more than ever, it's absolutely vital to include clear directions for power of attorney into your will. If you haven't yet drafted a will or need help setting power of attorney, reach out to Catterlin & Arnold Law Firm for assistance. We'll guide you through the entire process.
The right of the power of attorney lays out the details of who can speak on your behalf if you become incapacitated or unable to represent yourself. If you were to become deathly ill, someone else would need to make important legal or financial decisions.
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A living will is also great to have on file. This document spells out your specific desires regarding medical treatment. If you are incapacitated or otherwise unable to express yourself, your living will is needed to direct medical professionals on your proper care. It's common to describe your resuscitation instructions, pain management preferences and organ donation wishes inside this document.
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