Many of us have loved ones in Senior Living environments such as Assisted Living or Memory Care facilities, and sometimes it becomes difficult for our loved ones to leave these facilities. In many cases important tasks such as getting recently updated legal documents notarized can often be put off until a later date.
Ensuring your loved one's healthcare decisions are in the right hands and that their wishes are carried out are two important reasons to make sure their documents are properly notarized.
Some of the most common documents that may need to be notarized for someone in a Senior Living facility include:
If you have a loved one in a Senior Living facility, it is important to speak with your attorney about the documents that you may need to have notarized. Your attorney can help you to understand the different types of documents that are available and can help you to choose the documents that are right for you.