Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Caretaker Resources... Part 2

In our previous post we referenced some of the online tools that can help you generate advanced directives; we also noted that it is very important to execute a health care power of attorney in accordance with state law requirements.  

For example, New Hampshire along with four other states has unusual formalities which would likely cause any such computer generated health care power of attorney to be invalid.   For that reason, we recommend that you execute your advanced directives through your physician’s office or through your estate planning/elder law attorney’s office. 

However, if you would like to explore some of these websites, they include: