Appointment of Medical Treatment Decision Maker
This document gives a medical treatment decision maker legal authority to make medical treatment decisions on a principal’s behalf, if they do not have decision-making capacity to make the decision.
The interview allows for the appointment of up to 4 medical treatment decision makers, but only one can act at a time (in the order they are listed).
Enduring Power of Attorney
This document gives the attorney the authority to manage the principal’s personal/lifestyle and financial/legal affairs.
The interview allows for the appointment of up to 4 initial (or primary) attorneys, and up to 3 alternate attorneys as substitutes for each initial attorney. Where 2 or more initial or substitute attorneys are appointed, they may act jointly, severally, jointly and severally or by majority.