Alpharetta Powers of Attorney Firm
A financial power of attorney is a legal document which comes into play while you are alive and usually will no longer be effective the moment you pass away.
This document appoints a person to help you make financial decisions if you either cannot or do not wish to make them on your own. This usually occurs when someone is injured or ill and is deemed incapable of making decisions (i.e. incapacitated).
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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.