Many planning strategies can scare clients, especially when discussing long term care options.  But what happens if you are admitted to the hospital and you don’t have the proper documents in place to manage your affairs.  Make sure to plan for your future and put your loved ones at ease by having a document in place called a Power of Attorney.  In its simplest form, a properly executed Power of Attorney will name a person who is able to make decisions for you when you are unable.  Either through failing health or some other unknown, if you are unable to make informed decisions your Power of Attorney can manage your affairs.  They step into your shoes in a legal sense and take action on your behalf.


Want to learn more? Take a look at some of the blog posts on the topic:

Planning 101: Intro to the Will, Power of Attorney, and the Living Will

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