Health Care Documents

Medical Power of Attorney

If you’re ever unable to make important medical decisions on your own, appoint a trusted loved one to take your place.

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Allows you to choose a person you trust to make medical decisions on your behalf.

A Medical Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you (the principal) to authorize a person (your agent) to make medical decisions on your behalf in the event you become incapacitated.

Appointing a Medical Power of Attorney (POA) — also referred to as a health power of attorney or durable power of attorney for health care — is important to have because if you ever fall into a coma, lose your ability to communicate, or experience a mental health emergency, you’ll have a trusted person there to make critical decisions that are in your best interest.

Start your Medical Power of Attorney form today to ensure you’ll be properly taken care of in your time of need.

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When completing your Medical Power of Attorney, think about the different responsibilities you would authorize your agent to take care of. Your agent can make decisions regarding:

  • Doctors you’re comfortable working with

  • Which tests or surgeries your doctor can perform and the types of drugs they can prescribe

  • How aggressively to treat different diseases

  • How long you’re on life support

  • Your quality of life versus taking extreme measures to extend your life

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Plan for how you’d like to be cared for if you are ever unable to make your own decisions. Make sure trusted individuals have access to your medical records and can act on your behalf, when you need them to.

Also includes a Last Will & Testament to appoint beneficiaries and decide what happens to your assets.

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  • Specify your health care wishes

  • Designate health care agents

  • Grant trusted individuals access to your medical records

  • Nominate child and/or pet guardians

  • Designate who will execute your last wishes

  • Leave specific gifts (money, possessions, property, etc.)

  • Determine how your assets will be distributed

  • Exclude individuals from receiving your assets

  • Determine final arrangements

  • Note special requests

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