What happens if I don’t have a Financial Power of Attorney or a Health Care Power of Attorney?

If you become incapacitated and do not have a Financial Power of Attorney in place, a Court proceeding, (Guardianship of the Estate) may be necessary to appoint someone to take care of your financial affairs.  If you do not have a Health Care Power of Attorney in place, a Court proceeding (Guardianship of the Person) may be necessary to appoint someone to make your medical and placement decisions for you.

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