WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING
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Power of Attorney and Personal Directive:
why do I need these?
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a legal document used to empower someone to make financial and legal decisions on your behalf should you become mentally incapacitated or infirm.
A Personal Directive guides your personal decisions. It is a legal document allowing you to name a decision maker and/or provide written instructions to be followed when, due to illness or injury, you no longer have the capacity to make decisions such as where you live or the medical treatment you will receive.
As protection for your family, it is important to plan who will take care of your financial, legal, and personal affairs if you are ever incapacitated. If you have not made a Power of Attorney or Personal Directive, your family will have to endure the lengthy, expensive, and uncertain process of applying to court to become your Trustee and Guardian. Preparing ahead allows you to determine decisions reflective of your personal beliefs and values.