Powers of Attorney
Powers of attorney allow a person to name agents who can then make either medical or financial decisions for them during any periods of incapacitation.
There are two main types of powers of attorney. They include the following:
1. Medical Power of Attorney: Indicates who makes medical decisions for you if you are ever incapacitated.
2. Financial Power of Attorney: Indicates who makes financial decisions for you if you are ever incapacitated.