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In the case where you become incapacitated, a durable power of attorney for healthcare can be used if drafted prior to becoming incapacitated. This power of attorney allows a trusted family member or friend to make medical care decisions in the event of incapacity. If a power of attorney has not been done then it will be necessary for family to ask the court to appoint someone make healthcare decisions.
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