Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is a written legal instrument that gives someone (an “agent” or “attorney in fact”) authority to act on another person’s (“principal”) behalf and represent him or her in private affairs such as financial, business, legal and other. A Power of Attorney can be general (for all matters) or specific (only for specific matters). Generally, a Power of Attorney ends on a date specified in the document or when the principal becomes incapacitated, except for a Durable Power of Attorney, which does not expire even if the principal is deemed incapacitated.
Medical Power of Attorney
A Medical Power of Attorney or a Healthcare Surrogate Designation is a written legal instrument that allows you (principal) to appoint a person that will have authority to make medical decisions on your behalf in case you become unable to make them for yourself.
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