Incapacity Planning in Minnesota: Essential Tools

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Your incapacity plan will need to be in place if you need health care but cannot communicate. Learn more about incapacity planning in Minnesota in this presentation.

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Incapacity Planning

IN MINNESOTA

Essential Tools

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Health Care

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PROTECTING YOUR MEDICAL CHOICES

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Your incapacity plan will need to be in place if you need HEALTH CARE but cannot communicate

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By creating a living will you can express your medical decisions in as much detail as you wish,

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And your health care providers will have to honor your wishes

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Property

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PROTECTING YOUR FINANCIAL INTERESTS

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If you lose capacity youll also need to protect your financial affairs

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Creating a durable power of attorney for finances gives you the ability to choose a representative who will have the legal authority to manage your affairs for you

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Representatives

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APPOINTING OTHERS TO MAKE CHOICES FOR YOU

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Choosing suitable representatives is an essential part of the incapacity planning process

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Your representatives can protect your financial and health care concerns, and can be anyone you like as long as they are willing, capable adults

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Beyond Incapacity Planning

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DEVELOPING A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

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An incapacity plan is only a part of a broader, comprehensive estate plan

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Your estate plan will allow you to not only address questions that might arise out of your incapacitation, but also issues that your estate will have to face after you die

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LEARN MORE ABOUT INCAPACITY PLANNING IN MINNESOTA

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German Law Group

(701) 738-0060

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