Please use the attached template to create a Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care.
The attached form is for individuals seeking a Power of Attorney delegating parental powers over a child to a relative or a non-relative. The information you will need to complete the Parental Power of Attorney Form includes: Your current full legal name. The full legal name(s) of the child(ren). The child(ren)'s date of birth. The full legal name of the relative you are delegating parental powers to. The physical address of the relative you are delegating parental powers to.
We currently have forms for a Parental Power of Attorney, a Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care, a Power of Attorney for Financial Affairs, a Power of Attorney Revocation Form, and a Demand for Accounting by Agent Letter. Powers of Attorney and Advanced Directives - Templates
Usted tiene el derecho de tomar sus decisiones con relación a sus propios intereses y deseos, aún cuando otros no estén de acuerdo con usted. Las Cortes Judiciales de los Estados Unidos, generalmente han tomado en cuenta, los deseos expresados por adultos capaces, especialmente en el área de la salud. Por esta razón es importante declarar por escrito sus deseos personales acerca de sus decisiones monetarias y de salud mientras usted sea capaz de expresarse claramente...
An interactive form is available for free to seniors and low income individuals seeking a Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care. You can easily complete the form by answering a few simple questions.
Power of Attorney Delegating Parental Powers to a Relative An interactive form is available for free to seniors and low income individuals seeking a Power of Attorney delegating parental powers over a child to a relative. You can easily complete the form by answering a few simple questions.
You have the right to make choices based upon your own values, beliefs, and wishes, even if others disagree with you. Courts have almost always followed the expressed wishes of competent adults, especially for health care. Therefore, it is important to state your desires in writing about health and financial decisions when you are capable of clearly expressing your wishes.
There are many decisions to be made every day in life, even late in life. This is called life-time planning. Some of these decisions are of a financial nature, while others are of a personal nature, and still others are health-related. Financial decisions might include whether or not to have a joint bank account, how to go about paying bills and arranging finances, and drafting and maintaining legal papers. Personal decisions might include making funeral plans or burial arrangements, choosing where to live, and fulfilling spiritual or religious preferences.
We plan for many important events in life. We plan for retirement, a wedding, vacations, and for a child’s education. Sadly, the health choices that are made at the end of life are seldom planned and many times they are made for us. Decisions are put off and desires are not expressed because it is difficult to contemplate or discuss death.
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