One of the most important and personal documents involved in estate planning is the Medical Power of Attorney. With this document, you are appointing someone to make medical decisions for you if you are unable to do so. The experienced Michigan estate planning attorneys at Willingham & Coté, P.C. can counsel you on the various considerations when appointing an individual as your Patient Advocate and ensure the proper execution of this important document.
Patient: The individual appointing someone to make medical decisions on his or her behalf.
Patient Advocate: The individual who has been appointed to make medical decisions for the Patient if he or she is unable to make those decisions.
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