Make sure that the people who you want to be making those decisions with you and for you are made, and you consultant attorney about these matters, and make sure you have everything set up in advance.
Think through it.
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[00:00:00] So sometimes we run to the problem of an aging loved one, not knowing who their medical, financial power of attorneys are. Maybe they haven’t set those people up yet, they haven’t thought about it, haven’t gotten around to it, and that can create a lot of problems for the aging loved one and their families. Both on the medical and financial end.
Or they think that their medical, financial person is a certain person, and then when you check the legal document, then it’s actually not the case because it was set up years ago. And we’ve run into situations like that. Or the story of a 95 year old who’s in the icu, and he’s still never made that decision about who his medical financial power of attorney is, and he’s having to make that decision
while in the ICU. You don’t want to be in that type of situation. So make sure that your T’s are crossed, I’s dotted. Make sure that the people who you want to be making those decisions with you and for you are made, and you consultant attorney about these matters, and make sure you have everything set up in advance.
Think through it. [00:01:00] Get it on paper and communicate it to the people that you need to communicate to: your doctor, your other healthcare providers, your family, so that you can prevent a lot of problems for yourself and your family. Regarding the medical and financial.