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Medical Power of Attorney and Living Will

Medical Power of Attorney and Living Will

A medical power of attorney appoints an individual to make medical decisions if you cannot. If you don’t have a medical power of attorney (also sometimes referred to as a “health care proxy”), the decision automatically goes to your spouse. If you are unmarried, then it goes to adult children, parents, or other party that the judge deems appropriate.  A Denver estate planning attorney at The McGuire Law Firm can assist you in drafting a medical power of attorney and by answering estate planning questions you may have.


Living Will


Many individuals do not understand the purpose of a living will. A living will spells out what specific medical treatments you do or do not want in the case of a medical situation that leaves you in a “terminal” condition. A living will may also address other major medical choices, such as whether or not to resuscitate, or whether or not the signor wants artificial respiration.


If you have questions regarding a medical power of attorney or living will, please contact The McGuire Law Firm to speak with an estate planning attorney.

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