Planning for Incapacity

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Making certain that you have written instructions in place to name a person who will make your medical decisions or financial decisions when you are unable to do so is extremely important. If you don't have a HealthCare Power of Attorney or Financial Power of Attorney that names a person to step into your shoes to make these important life and death decisions for you, then it may be possible that someone you don't want to make these decisions for you will be required to by the State of North Carolina.

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