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Vermont Healthcare Power of Attorney Basics

When you have a Power of Attorney in place you can help provide peace of mind for yourself and your family. With this document, you can legally pick someone to act on your behalf, in case you're incapacitated in the future. That lifts a big burden from you and your family. Only a Vermont Power of Attorney can make it happen.

Use the Vermont Healthcare Power of Attorney document if:

  • Someone you completely trust is up for making healthcare decisions for you if you become unable to.
  • You have a terminal diagnosis, a major surgery around the corner, or health concerns.

Vermont residents can take action today to safeguard their future well-being by having a designated Power of Attorney. This means only the person, or alternates, you want in control of your healthcare decisions have the power to act. This document only goes into effect after you've been declared incapacitated by your doctor. It's a wise precaution for those who are seriously ill or with declining health. However, it's also a good idea if you're getting ready for surgery or just want to play it safe. Some people find working with a doctor or lawyer while drafting this document helpful. No matter who you choose to give Power of Attorney to, make sure they're fully on board—and live close by.


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Vermont Healthcare Power of Attorney Basics

Vermont residents can take action today to safeguard their future well-being by having a designated Power of Attorney. This means only the person, or alternates, you want in control of your healthcare decisions have the power to act. This document only goes into effect after you've been declared incapacitated by your doctor. It's a wise precaution for those who are seriously ill or with declining health. However, it's also a good idea if you're getting ready for surgery or just want to play it safe. Some people find working with a doctor or lawyer while drafting this document helpful. No matter who you choose to give Power of Attorney to, make sure they're fully on board—and live close by.

Use the Vermont Healthcare Power of Attorney document if:
  • Someone you completely trust is up for making healthcare decisions for you if you become unable to.
  • You have a terminal diagnosis, a major surgery around the corner, or health concerns.
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