My aunt is 93 & lives in Pensacola fl. I have been taking care of paying her bills,ect. Do I need power of atty. Mi

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David M. Goldman

Answered 2 years ago

You do not need a power of attorney, but it would probably be a good idea to get a durable power of attorney. In addition, you might talk with someone about getting a designation of healthcare surrogate, HIPAA release, living will, and a designation of preened guardianship.