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Options for a power of attorney

A power of attorney grants one person or more the right to act on behalf of the principal granting the power, and it can work in a number of different ways according to the needs or desires of the principal. New Jersey residents may need a power of attorney for one event or for long-term decision-making abilities.

Importance of living wills in New Jersey

People who have a living will in place are able to maintain a modicum of control over the medical treatment they are willing to endure in the event they are incapacitated. When a person does not have a living will, decisions regarding life-sustaining treatment use on their behalf will be left in the hands of others.

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