If you've identified someone you trust completely to make decisions related to your healthcare, if you ever become unable to make decisions yourself, you can use our Missouri Power of Attorney document to make it official. That can be a big burden off the shoulders of you and those you love. Our Power of Attorney document legally lets you do that. Whether you have declining health or not, having a Missouri Power of Attorney is important, as it takes uncertainty out of the equation.
Choosing a Missouri Power of Attorney requires serious conversations. There's a lot to cover, such as what kind of treatments you'd like, so it's a good idea to consult with a doctor or attorney. If you have a major surgery coming up, have been diagnosed with a terminal illness, or are the picture of health—this document can be a critical tool to protect you and your family. Should you ever become unable to make healthcare decisions for yourself, you and your loved ones deserve to know that you've selected the right person to act on your behalf. Legally appointing the person you want as your Power of Attorney takes a little preparation, but our form makes it simple and quick.
More than just a template, our step-by-step interview process makes it easy to create a Missouri Health Care Power of Attorney.
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Our step-by-step interview process makes creating a printable Missouri Healthcare Power of Attorney easy.