If you'd like to ensure that someone you trust can make medical decisions for you—if you become incapacitated—you can use a Georgia Power of Attorney. With this document, you can choose a trusted friend or family member, just in case a worst-case scenario happens down the road. Having a Power of Attorney in place can help make difficult situations easier on loved ones.
If you're ever unable to make your own medical decisions, you can help protect yourself by choosing someone to make those tough calls on your behalf. A Georgia Power of Attorney can give that kind of authority to someone you appoint. It needs to be someone you trust completely, lives close to you, and who you're sure will make the right choices for you. This is a lot of responsibility, and you might want the help of a doctor or lawyer when discussing it with your chosen person. However, it's not just you who's being protected. With this document in place, all of your loved ones can rest assured that the person you've personally selected is in charge of your health care decisions, so that any confusion about you would want is minimized. A Power of Attorney only kicks in if and when you become incapacitated.
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