Alpharetta Nomination of Guardianship Attorney Firm
If you have minor children (meaning children under the age of 18), someone will be appointed to care for your children in the event you are injured or ill. That is why it is important to have a separate document, not just a mention in a Will, where you voice your opinion on who will care for your children if you cannot.
For our moms of young kids, we get that this is the most difficult decisions you’ll make in your planning. But we, as moms ourselves, also understand that this is the most important decision you’ll make in your planning.
We help you not only walk through the decision-making process, we also help you establish support in your plan to bolster your voice being heard in this important space.
If you want to learn more about nominating a guardian, check out this article below.
4 Things Your Health Care Agent Can Do Under Your Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care
The four things your health care agent can do under your Georgia Advance Directive for Health Care, sometimes referred to as a health care power of attorney, are: make treatment health care decisions for YOU, access YOUR private and protected health information, make end-of-life decisions for YOU, and make decisions about how YOUR remains are treated after you pass away.