Power of Attorney

We can assist you with appointing Powers of Attorney for your Estate.

 

There are different types of Power of Attorney designations related to estate planning, and we can help you make the right choice for your estate plan. Below is an explanation of the various Powers of Attorney designations we handle.

We Draft, Review, and Update Medical Powers of Attorney

 

So that your wishes regarding your medical care will always be honored, we are happy to prepare a Medical Power of Attorney for you. If you ever become physically or mentally ill and unable to make your own medical decisions, the Medical Power of Attorney will enable your chosen agent to make health care decisions for you.

 

The Medical Power of Attorney will give you added security and peace of mind because you can choose an agent you trust who will make health care decisions for you in accordance with your wishes, religious views, and moral beliefs.

 

HIPAA Release

 

So that your health care provider is not bound by law to withhold your confidential health care information from anyone but you when you are unable to make your own medical decisions, we are happy to prepare a HIPAA Release for you. If you ever become physically or mentally ill and unable to make your own medical decisions, your trusted agent will need access to your protected health care information to make the best decisions for you.

 

A HIPAA Release allows your doctors, other health care providers, and insurance company to discuss your confidential health care information with your agent for treatment, billing, and Out-of-Hospital Do Not Resuscitate Information and Form (DNR). 

 

Out-of-Hospital DNR (Do Not Resuscitate)

 

So that you may pass on naturally with peace and dignity if it is not your desire to receive artificial resuscitation, we are happy to help you prepare an Out-of-Hospital DNR. The Out-of-Hospital DNR instructs emergency medical personnel and other health care providers not to resuscitate you.

 

We Draft, Review, and Update Statutory Durable Power of Attorney

 

So that you can choose a trustworthy agent to handle your property and financial affairs, we are happy to help you create a Statutory Durable Power of Attorney. Your chosen agent will have the authority to handle your property and financial matters if you ever become physically or mentally ill and unable to do so yourself.

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