What is the difference between a power of attorney and a medical directive, and why do I need them?

A power of attorney grants someone the authority to make financial or legal decisions on your behalf, while a medical directive (or advance healthcare directive) allows you to outline your healthcare preferences and appoint someone to make medical decisions if you are unable to do so. Having both documents ensures that your wishes are honored in various aspects of your life, even in unforeseen circumstances.

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