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Minnesota Healthcare Power of Attorney Basics

With a Minnesota Power of Attorney form filled out, you can help ensure that your healthcare is being properly handled even if you become incapacitated. Our document also can help give your loved ones peace of mind because they know you've personally chosen someone to act on your behalf.

Use the Minnesota Healthcare Power of Attorney document if:

  • You want a certain person to make medical decisions for you if you can't.
  • You have concerns about declining health, or just want to be ready for anything.

Some people feel the need to assign a Power of Attorney if they're diagnosed with a terminal illness, have declining health, or have a major surgery in the future. Other people simply want to take precautions for "just in case" scenarios. Legally appointing someone to act on your behalf (when you can't) is a prudent way to protect you and your family. When you've chosen the right person, you might want to talk with a doctor or lawyer together, as it's critical that your selected decision-maker understands the responsibility, and that they know how you want your medical care handled. Selecting a Minnesota Power of Attorney is the only way to guarantee the person you trust to be in charge of your healthcare is legally able to do so.


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Minnesota Healthcare Power of Attorney Basics

Some people feel the need to assign a Power of Attorney if they're diagnosed with a terminal illness, have declining health, or have a major surgery in the future. Other people simply want to take precautions for "just in case" scenarios. Legally appointing someone to act on your behalf (when you can't) is a prudent way to protect you and your family. When you've chosen the right person, you might want to talk with a doctor or lawyer together, as it's critical that your selected decision-maker understands the responsibility, and that they know how you want your medical care handled. Selecting a Minnesota Power of Attorney is the only way to guarantee the person you trust to be in charge of your healthcare is legally able to do so.

Use the Minnesota Healthcare Power of Attorney document if:
  • You want a certain person to make medical decisions for you if you can't.
  • You have concerns about declining health, or just want to be ready for anything.
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