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Revocation of Advanced Health Care Directive

The By The People™ Document Preparation Center Advanced Health Care Directive/HIPPA form allows you to appoint someone you trust — for example, a family member or close friend – to make health care decisions for you if you lose the ability to make decisions yourself.  By appointing a health care agent, you can make sure that health care providers follow your wishes.

Your agent can also decide how your wishes apply as your medical condition changes. Hospitals, doctors and other health care providers must follow your agent’s decisions as if they were your own. You may give the person you select as your health care agent as little or as much authority as you want. You may allow your agent to make all health care decisions or only certain ones. You may also give your agent instructions that he or she has to follow. This form can also be used to document your wishes or instructions with regard to organ and/or tissue donation.

Advanced Health Care Directive/HIPPA

Revocation of Power of Attorney

The By The People™ Document Preparation Center Durable Power of Attorney allows you to delegate broad authority over your personal financial affairs. This may be very important to have if you become incapacitated (temporarily or permanently), have an accident or have a serious illness and are unable to pay your bills, deposit your checks and manage your financial affairs.  Having a general power of attorney stops the court from having to appoint someone to take control of your finances and make decisions for you.

You can choose to have the power to take effective immediately or to take effect only if you become incapacitated.  A power of attorney that does not take effect until you become incapacitated is known as a “springing” power because it “springs” into effect when you become incapacitated.

 The powers granted in the Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney form are “durable” in that they are effective despite the later physical or mental disability of the person (grantor) giving the power.  The Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney is only effective if the grantor is alive.

Durable Power of Attorney