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Planning your estate around your medical issues

If you are suffering from a chronic health condition, it is likely that you will want to do everything you can in order to manage it, so that you can live without pain or stress. Managing your health is more than only taking care of the present, but planning for the future, too.

It is best to learn as much as you can about the health condition that you have been diagnosed with and to learn about the ways that it could affect your mobility or mental capacity in the future. While doing what you can to minimize the progression of your condition now, you should also put a protocol in place by naming a person as your medical power of attorney. This can give both you and your loved ones peace of mind for the future should your health worsen.

The benefits of a health care proxy

If you have a strong opinion about the type of care you would like to receive in the future, it is wise to put these opinions in writing. However, you cannot foresee any possible situation. This is why many people choose a person to make decisions on their health when they can no longer do so. Setting up a health care proxy will prompt you and your family to discuss your wishes and formalize a plan for future scenarios.

Setting up a health care proxy in New York

In New York, creating a health care proxy can only be done when two witnesses are present. Additionally, it is important that you spend time reflecting on your wishes so that your health can be managed appropriately.

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