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An enduring power of attorney in Alberta gives someone you trust the power to make financial decisions on your behalf if you are medically incapable. Your attorney is typically given the authority to perform any acts you normally would be able to do, if you were capable.
If you have not given someone authority to make decisions under a power of attorney, then decisions about your health, care and living arrangements will be made by your care professional, the doctor or social worker who is in charge of your treatment or care.
A Personal Directive allows you to plan for the future by appointing someone else to manage your personal, non-financial matters while you are still alive but no longer have the ability to do so. This booklet gives general information only, not legal advice.
The personal directive grants this person the ability to decide if you will receive certain medical treatment, where you will live, as well as other related decisions. Where a personal directive covers medical decisions, enduring power of attorney covers financial and legal decisions.
Advance directives generally fall into three categories: living will, power of attorney and health care proxy.
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1. I direct that I be given health care treatment to relieve pain or provide comfort even if such treatment might shorten my life, suppress my appetite or my breathing, or be habit forming. 2. I direct that all life prolonging procedures be withheld or withdrawn.
A personal directive is a legal document you make in case you cannot make your own personal decisions in the future. A personal directive: is optional, voluntary and highly recommended.
No. If you have made a Will, your executor(s) will be responsible for arranging your affairs according to your wishes. Your executor may appoint another person to act on their behalf.
Personal directives are often referred to as living wills, advanced care planning or advanced medical directives. They are a legal document that allows you to appoint an agent (personal representative) to make decisions for you if you lose capacity to make decisions for yourself about yourself.
A personal directive is a legal document you make in case you cannot make your own personal decisions in the future. A personal directive: is optional, voluntary and highly recommended.

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