Aging/Medical Self-Help Forms

Living Will

Your Living Will allows someone you name (your agent) to make medical decisions for you if you are unable to make your own medical decisions or cannot communicate.  We recommend you also  appoint a successor agent that can take over if something happens to your original agent.   You can give your agent specific instructions to follow.  You should give a copy of your Living Will to your medical providers. You will need to sign it in front of a notary public or two uninterested or neutral witnesses.

Living Will Automated Forms. By following this link you will be directed to an automated system hosted on a third-party website that will allow you to complete a living will form.

Power of Attorney

A Power of Attorney allows someone you name as your agent to act for you and take care of your business.  Your agent can access your bank accounts and handle your financial affairs.  Make sure you choose someone you trust.  We also recommend you appoint a successor agent that can take over if something happens to your original agent.  The Power of Attorney document is effective upon signing, and ends when you revoke it or pass on.  Your agent will need to present a copy of the document when acting on your behalf.  You will need to sign it in front of a notary public.

Power of Attorney Automated Forms. By following this link you will be directed to an automated system hosted on a third-party website that will allow you to complete a Power of Attorney.