| Written by Laurie Taylor | “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ― Benjamin Franklin When I talk to clients about having their Estate Documents in place, I am often dismissed because “we don’t have enough money to worry about.” Estate Documents deal with much more than money. They also state your […]
The quick answer is YES! No matter what your age or health status, the Health Care Power of Attorney should be an essential document. You can read about the Health Care Power of Attorney Document in the September, 2016 FAL blog.
The simple answer is “Yes, you should definitely have a health care power of attorney for yourself and loved ones.” This is a good place to remind you of the broader topic of planning for a senior life transition. The health care power of attorney (HCPA) and the living will are two of several legal […]