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Medical Power of Attorney in Naples & Ft Meyers

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The Law Office of Conrad Willkomm, P.A., provides effective legal services to residents of Naples and all of Florida. Our firm is experienced in a wide range of legal matters and has the knowledge and resources to help you plan for the future. We can create a medical power of attorney for you or your loved one to ensure that medical decisions are made in accordance with your wishes.


Call (239) 303-4040 for more information about our medical power of attorney in Naples & Fort Myers.


What Is a Medical Power of Attorney?

A medical power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to appoint someone to make medical decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so. This document should be created when you are in good health and should address specific details about your medical care. It is important to decide in advance who you would like to make medical decisions for you and whether you would like them to make those decisions alone or in consultation with your family.

What Should Be Included in the Document?

The information you provide in your medical power of attorney will help your agent make informed decisions when you are unable to do so. The document should include:

  • Your medical history— Your medical power of attorney should include a detailed medical history, including any past or current illnesses or conditions, medications you take, and any allergies you have.
  • Your wishes for medical treatment— Your medical power of attorney should clearly state your wishes for medical treatment, including whether you would like to be taken to the emergency room or admitted to the hospital if you are seriously injured or ill. If you have religious beliefs that affect your medical treatment, you should include that information in your document.
  • Your agent's authority— Your medical power of attorney should specify the authority that you are granting to your agent to make medical decisions. This should include whether your agent has the authority to make medical decisions alone or in consultation with your family.
  • Your agent's contact information— Your medical power of attorney should include your agent's name, address, phone number, and any additional contact information, such as an email address or a secondary phone number.

Your medical power of attorney should be created when you are in good health and should be reviewed annually. If you have recently been diagnosed with a serious illness or condition, you should review your document with your agent to ensure that it accurately reflects your current wishes for medical treatment.

When Should I Create a Medical Power of Attorney?

Creating a medical power of attorney is an important step in planning for your future health care. You should create a medical power of attorney as soon as possible and review it annually. You should also create a medical power of attorney if you have recently been diagnosed with a serious illness or condition that could affect your ability to make medical decisions.

It is important to create a medical power of attorney when:

  • You are in good health
  • You are over the age of 18
  • You have dependents who rely on you for financial support
  • You have dependents who rely on you for medical support
  • You have dependents who rely on you for care and support

If you are in poor health or have a serious illness or condition, you should review your medical power of attorney with your agent to ensure that it accurately reflects your current wishes for medical treatment. If you have recently been diagnosed with a serious illness or condition, you should review your document with your agent to ensure that it accurately reflects your current wishes for medical treatment.

How to Create a Medical Power of Attorney

Creating a medical power of attorney is a simple process that can be completed in a short period of time. You can create your document with the help of a professional, or you can create a basic document on your own. It is important to make sure that your document meets your specific needs and accurately reflects your wishes for medical treatment. If you create your document on your own, you should make sure that it has been reviewed by a professional.

The information you provide in your medical power of attorney will help your agent make informed decisions when you are unable to do so. The document should include:

  • Your medical history
  • Your wishes for medical treatment
  • Your agent's authority
  • Your agent's contact information

After you create your document, you should review it with your agent to ensure that it accurately reflects your wishes for medical treatment. You should review your document annually to ensure that it reflects any changes to your medical history or your wishes for medical treatment.


For more information about our Naples & Fort Myers medical power of attorney services or to schedule an appointment, call our office at (239) 303-4040.


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