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Get a Power of Attorney for a Loved One in the Hospital

"Learn Why You Should Get a Power of Attorney Now, Rather than Later"


Easy as 1-2-3  A valid Durable Power of Attorney is a legal document that permits you to appoint an individual , someone you  
  trust , to act in your place to handle important matters on your behald, in case you ever become mentally
  incapactitated or incaracerated or in the event you will not be present for decision making. It serves as a legal 
            peace of mind in writing.
            
            For example, paying your bills , managing your finances or personal property, temporary child guardianship over your
            children. Just to name a few.

            

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    Adv Health Directive helps with all Medical Situations When someone you love is in the hospital and they are conscious and
    aware, then this is the best time and probably final chance for them
    to get a valid power of attorney (Financial and/or Medical Advance 
    Health Care Directive). 

    Why should I get a Power of Attorney Now, rather than later?
    Your family member must be able to communicate to the notary that
    they want the power of attorney. Waiting any longer may jeopardize
    any chance to get a validate power of attorney. 
    Understand, a Power of Attorney is not possible if your loved one is
    unconscious, mentally unstable, or deceased.

    What Should I Do Now?
    The sooner you start to get the power of attorney, the sooner you will 
    be able to help yourself and your Loved One in the hospital . 
    Call now to get started! 

    What is a Durable Power of Attorney?
    » A Durable Power of Attorney is an important legal document. By signing the Durable Power of Attorney, you are 
       authorizing another person to act for you. The person you appoint is called your "Agent / Attorney-in-Fact".

    Durable Power of Attorney permits your agent to do several important things, such as :
   » pay your bills, manage your finances or personal property, temporary child guardianship over your children, etc.
   
    Who can be your Agent/Attorney-in-Fact/Representative:    
    » Most people name their spouse, adult children, or a reliable person of trust in your life.

    Can you name more than one person as agent:
    » It's best to appoint just one agent and name a backup agent, known as a successcor, if your primary agent is unable
       or unwilling to serve.

    Greatest Benefit of the Durable Power of Attorney:
    
» Your appointed  Agent/Attorney-in-Fact will work in your best interest to ensure your finances , bills, children, and legal 
        responsibilites are taken care for. 

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Understand - A Durable Power of Attorney and General Power of Attorney DO NOT authorize someone to make medical & health decisions. You must obtain a seperate legal document known as either an Advance health Care Directive » or Medical Power Attorney »Learn More »

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        By the end of your visit, you will have proof of notarization of your important documents.

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