Empowering Guardianship: Understanding Delegation of Powers by Parents or Guardians

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Utah law recognizes that parents or guardians may need to temporarily delegate certain powers regarding care, custody, or property to another individual through a properly-executed power of attorney. This legal mechanism, outlined in Section 75-5-103 of the Utah Code, provides flexibility and support to families in navigating various circumstances. Let’s explore what this delegation of…

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Understanding Healthcare Directives in Utah: Why You Need One

Advance Healthcare Directive

In today’s uncertain world, it’s crucial to plan for unforeseen circumstances, especially when it comes to your health and well-being. A healthcare directive, also known as an advance directive or living will, is a legal document that allows you to outline your healthcare preferences and appoint someone to make medical decisions on your behalf if…

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