South Carolina Medical Power of Attorney Form

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A South Carolina Medical Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact the authority to make decisions about the Principal’s medical treatments or health care. These agreements are almost always Springing and are always Durable, as they would be of little use if they stopped functioning when the Principal is incapacitated.

Under South Carolina state law, a Health Care Power of Attorney is usually separate from a Living Will Declaration. However, in South Carolina if the Principal wishes for their Attorney-in-Fact to have authority over the Principal’s End of Life care, they can combined the Living Will Declaration and the Health Care Power of Attorney into one document.

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