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The  law  allows  a  person  other  than  an  incapacitated person  to  designate  an  individual to act on behalf of the person in the event of loss of capacity. 
 
This is possible by designating a person in advance through powers of attorney, such as:
 
  • A Statutory Durable Power of Attorney to make decisions regarding property and financial matters;
  • A Medical Powers of Attorney to  make  medical  decisions  in the event that the person is unable to make such decisions; and
  • Other  ancillary  instruments, including  directive  to  physicians.
 
Contact Fatima Breland, of  the  Breland  Law  Firm, P.C.,  to  discuss your specific needs.  fb@thebrelandlawfirm.com or (713) 661-1335