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Wills and Powers of Attorney for Healthcare

It is in your family's best interests to be prepared for emergencies such as serious health problems, incapacitate and death. It may be necessary for you to have a will and a power of a attorney for health care so that your loved ones won't be left without a plan in the case of an already difficult situation. 

With a power of attorney for health care, you can appoint someone to make health care decisions on your behalf should you become incapacitated. These can apply to any health care decisions, not just those involving terminal, irreversible conditions.

Our attorneys understand the difficult issues involved in these decisions, and are highly skilled in creating a legal document  you can depend on. 

 

 



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