If you do not create a Power of Attorney and later become incapacitated, no one may gain access to your assets or make other important medical, financial, or legal decisions for you without going through the process of declaring you incompetent and establishing a court-appointed guardianship. The simple process of completing a well-drafted and thorough Power of Attorney solves these problems.
In South Dakota, what happens if I don't create a Health Care Power of Attorney?
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