Becoming mentally incapacitated is not a joyous prospect. However, it is a risk of life and may happen at any time. If, because of an illness or accident, you became incapable of taking care of yourself and administering your property, who would do so in your place and how? A mandate given in anticipation of inability (or a power of attorney for property or personal care) answers these questions.
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