You don't have to leave your future healthcare to chance—a Power of Attorney lets you legally appoint someone to make medical decisions for you if you can't at some point in the future. This document only starts working if you become incapacitated. Across the plains, having an Oklahoma Power of Attorney ensures that a person you trust can take charge of your healthcare if necessary.
It can be very useful to have an Oklahoma Power of Attorney in place if you've been diagnosed with a terminal illness, but that's not the only scenario where it's important. If you're about to undergo major surgery or have declining health, it's smart to play it safe. It can bring your family peace of mind by making clear who will make decisions on your behalf, if it becomes necessary. It's a huge responsibility, so you should choose your Power of Attorney carefully. You may want to work with a doctor or lawyer when drafting it, and make sure to share it with your family.
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