What happens if I can no longer make decisions myself after an accident or due to an illness (stroke or senile dementia)? Who will be able to make medical decisions for me? Can my relatives – just like that – “put” me in a retirement home?
In a healthy state, few people think about these issues. The question of representation only becomes topical when people can no longer take care of their own affairs. By then, however, it is usually too late to choose a representative yourself. Durabel power of attorney, living wills and adult representatives give you the opportunity to decide today who will take care of your affairs if you are no longer able to do so yourself.
Deeds from the notary create a
balanced situation and legal freedom.
Or has anyone ever threatened you with the notary?