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1 Caregiver Consent for Medical Treatment

This document authorizes a temporary caregiver to make emergency medical decisions for your child in your absence, authorizes medical professionals to provide emergency medical care for your child until you can be reached, provides vital medical information about your child to healthcare providers, and lists contact information for you and your child's normal healthcare providers.

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2 Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request - To Add Children

When you have a new child, you may wish to change the beneficiary of your life insurance policy to include your new child. Requests to change beneficiaries must be submitted in writing to your insurance carrier. If you would like to add your child as a beneficiary to your policy, use this Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request to create a customized letter for your carrier with your specific policy and beneficiary information.

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3 Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request - To Add New Spouse

When you marry, you may wish to change the beneficiary of your life insurance policy to include your new spouse. Requests to change beneficiaries must be submitted in writing to your insurance carrier. If you would like to add your spouse as a beneficiary to your policy, use this Life Insurance Beneficiary Change Request to create a customized letter for your carrier with your specific policy and beneficiary information.

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4 Living Will

A Living Will is a very important legal document that allows you to state your wishes and desires regarding health care treatment before you are unable to do so on your own. It allows you to give instructions as to what types of life-sustaining treatment you would like to receive upon your incapacity.

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5 Revocation of Living Will and/or Power of Attorney

Upon the appropriate action of a declarant (person writing a will) a living will can be canceled or revoked. A living will can be revoked at any time without regard to the mental or physical condition of the declarant. The meaning of the revocation is that the will is no longer effective or legally enforceable. A revocation is effective when it's communicated to the attending physician or other health care provider by the declarant or anyone that witnesses the revocation.

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6 Medical Records Request

Most medical practices and facilities ask that you fill out a medical request form or write a letter if you wish to receive a copy of your medical records. Use this document to prepare a letter to any practice or facility that you wish to receive your medical records from. Whether you are in need of the records to give to another doctor or medical facility or you just want a copy for yourself, you are entitled to these records.

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7 Authorization for Release of Medical Records

When you are requesting the medical records be released to an individual, company, organization or other entity you may be required to sign a written consent and authorization for them to transfer the records. Use this document to give written consent to the entity you are asking to transfer your records, to do so.

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8 Revocation of Power of Attorney

A power of attorney authorizes another person to act on your behalf in legal or business matters. If you have already given someone power of attorney over your matters but have since then decided to revoke power from that person it will be necessary to do so in writing and have it authorized by a notary public. Use this document to revoke power of attorney from a previously authorized person.

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