Any person 19 years or older (an adult) may make his or her own decisions about finances, lifestyles, healthcare and other facets of life.
But what happens if an adult should become disabled? A car accident, an unexpected illness or another catastrophic event could cause someone to become mentally or physically incapable of making their own decisions. If the adult has not already appointed an Attorney and/or a Representative prior to becoming incapable, it will be necessary to obtain a court order appointing an appropriate person to be the Committee (adult guardian) of the incompetent adult.
Don’t wait until it’s too late. Ensure your finances are protected by appointing a trusted family member or friend as your Attorney.
Let the DLG team assist you in the preparation of a Representation Agreement to appoint a trusted individual to help you make health and personal care decisions.
You have have a choice about the medical treatments you do or do not receive. Make your intentions known to family and health care professionals.
Fill out the form and one of our highly skilled staff will get back to you within the next business day.