What to Do if Your Parents Have a Protection Mandate/Mandate in Case of Incapacity or “Living Will”
If your parents begin to lose their capacity to make major decisions, and they have a Protection Mandate/Mandate in Case of Incapacity, what should your next steps be?
Our law office can assist you in using that document, also known as a Living Will, to enable you to make decisions on their behalf. The legal procedure is called “homologation” and we can do the whole process or any parts that you wish to delegate to us. Our goal is to help you protect their wishes, their rights and their dignity.
What to Do if Your Parents Do Not Have a Protection Mandate/Mandate in Case of Incapacity
If your elderly parent does not have a Protection Mandate and has a sudden change in their health that affects their mental capacity, what should you do? Our law office can provide you with all the information and the means to be named their legal representative so that you can act and make decisions regarding their present and future needs.