Powers of attorney can bring peace of mind to both elders and their caretakers. Powers of attorney allow elders to empower a trusted person to make decisions about health care and fiances on their behalf. Having such powers in place when a loved one loses the ability to make sound financial decisions can be priceless, especially if the person in need of help denies — or is not aware of — worsening physical or mental health. Here is your guide on how to get a power of attorney for elderly parents. To continue reading click here:
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