This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Indiana according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Indiana, a power of attorney document is used in estate planning, It helps you with advance care planning in the event that you are incapacitated physically or mentally and are unable to make your own decision. A power of attorney authorizes a third party, known as your attorney in fact, to make decisions in your best interest. Although you can specify what you'd like done regarding medical treatment, life support, and your belongings, it is the fiduciary duty of the third party to make sure that your wishes are honored and to make decisions that weren't considered in advance. Because a POA is a legal document in Indiana, it is important that it is properly witnessed and notarized.