If you've identified someone you trust to make medical decisions for you, just in case you're ever unable to, you can use a Maine Power of Attorney to make it legal. Whether you have major surgery coming up or have perfect health, it pays to be prepared. Having a Power of Attorney reassures both you and your loved ones.
No amount of in-depth conversations and personal agreements will make a difference if you become incapacitated. However, having a Maine Power of Attorney in place ensures that one person, or alternates, can make medical decisions on your behalf. This is asking a lot of your future decision-maker, so make sure you choose correctly. You need someone who doesn't live too far away and understands the responsibility. You might want to work with a doctor and lawyer when drafting this document, just to make sure you're on the same page. When you have a Power of Attorney, it makes medical decisions a lot more straightforward down the road.
More than just a template, our step-by-step interview process makes it easy to create a Maine Health Care Power of Attorney.
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Our step-by-step interview process makes creating a printable Maine Healthcare Power of Attorney easy.