Do I really need to appoint a health care representative?
Indiana statutes provide for categories of persons that can make health care decisions for you if you are unable to do so, for example, your spouse, your adult children, or your parents. Appointing a specific person leaves no doubt about who you want to make the decision and allows you to appoint someone not on the statutorily approved list -e.g., a clergyman or close friend. Also, making an...
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