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  • Rita Pattni, Attorney


Updated: May 4, 2020

Everyone should have these three basic documents, regardless of their wealth or health:

  • You should have your Durable Power of Attorney.This would allow your agent to pay your bills and make other time-sensitive decisions during a period of your incapacity.

  • You should have a Medical Power of Attorney. This would allow your agent to make medical decisions for you (in consultation with your physicians) if you were unable to make those decisions for yourself.

  • You should have a HIPAA authorization that authorizes your loved one to access your protected health information.

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