A Power of Attorney (POA) is a document that allows you to name someone to make a decision for you. Your Power of Attorney will dictate what decisions can be made and what your wishes are so they can be followed. For disability planning, there are two common types of POAs: medical and financial. Medical POA A Medical Power of Attorney … [Read more...] about Should You Create Separate Medical and Financial POAs?
Medical emergencies happen every day. You never know when a medical crisis could leave you mentally disabled or in a constant vegetative state and unable to make your own medical decisions. This is why you should have a disability plan. One of the most common disability planning devices is an Advance Medical Directive. Choose a Health Care … [Read more...] about What Does Your Advance Medical Directive Do?