Northwest Indiana Health Care Representative Attorney
Related to a durable power of attorney, and actually executed at the same time, is the designation of a health care representative. While the medical component of a durable power of attorney provides certain levels of access to the designated person, such as being able to view medical records, for decision-making power to be granted to another that person must be designated as a health care representative. Failing to make that designation may leave your loved ones without the ability to help enforce what they know to be your wishes regarding health care decisions.
No one wants to envision a future in which he or she is not mentally present enough to make decisions regarding his or her own health care. Perhaps the only thing worse to imagine is being in that position and having someone you do not trust implicitly being chosen to make those decisions for you.
I Am Focused On Your Needs
I am attorney Julie A. Stephens of Stephens Law Firm, P.C. I am dedicated to helping my clients achieve their estate planning goals. With years of experience helping people overcome challenging situations, I have the skills and experience necessary to help my clients build the comprehensive estate plans that will minimize the opportunity for errors while providing the peace of mind that comes from knowing that someone you trust is there for you.
Contact Lake County Medical Power Of Attorney Julie A. Stephens
Designating a health care representative is an important part of any estate plan. Let me help you through these complex issues. To schedule an initial consultation with Northwest Indiana health care representative lawyer Julie A. Stephens, call 219-682-0003 or contact my office online.
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