Health care/powers of attorney

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Updated: 4/13/2007 3:35 pm
By executing a durable power of attorney, you can ensure that a person you trust will manage your financial affairs should you become unable to do so. In most states, you can also appoint a health care representative to make your medical decisions should you become physically or mentally incapable of doing so. Each state has certain procedures for the execution of and limitations upon the valid content contained in these types of documents. For assistance in the drafting and execution of a power of attorney and in the appointment of a health care representative, please consult an attorney.
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