Decision-making for those nearing the end of their life can be a trying time for families. In addition to the personal dynamics involved, there can be a lot at stake financially when somebody dies. When this happens,
Medical advancements have allowed many Georgia residents to live longer, but this means that more Georgians may face a diminished mental state in their later years. Residents who might be impacted by dementia and Alzheimer's disease should choose an agent by granting a power of attorney.
There are many facets of the estate planning process. One of the most important estate planning tools for Georgia residents is called a "power of attorney." A power of attorney allows another person to manage your financial affairs if you become unable to do so.
An advance directive for health care is a powerful document that will allow you to express your decisions regarding your end-of-life care ahead of time. Advance directives may be the only way to express and enforce your wishes concerning your care if you became too hurt or sick to communicate.