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Advanced directives and powers of attorney are extremely useful legal tools to ensure your wishes are kept, even if you are incapacitated.

An advanced directive, also known as an advanced medical directive, allows an individual to specify another person to make health care decisions for them in the event they are incapacitated or can’t make the decisions for themselves. The laws concerning these directives are enshrined in Statute 756 of the Florida legal code.

In the state of Florida, a power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes an individual, referred to as an agent, or an attorney-in-fact, to handle business for another person, known as a principal. The powers granted can be broad or narrowly defined, depending upon the wishes of the principal.

If you are looking to grant powers of attorney or issue an advanced directive, you’ll need the assistance of a knowledgeable and experienced attorney. At Berman Law Group, we have helped many Floridians navigate the process of establishing a power of attorney. We look forward to putting our experience to work for you and your loved ones.

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