My father who i care for from a distance. I go see him once a month. He is sound mind- spinal cord injury. He has stuff going on with his bladder. He went to the doctor but the dr. wants him to go for more tests. Before he will go he wants to have all his documents in order. He relies on me to do this. I've created basic forms from a life insurance program for POA and POA for Health and a will. They need to be signed by a notary. My question is - has anyone had experience using these forms besides what an attorney produces? I called an elder attorney and he wants $220/hr. I don't have that and my dad doesn't either. My dad wants to set up a trust for his grandchildren but he just has a couple life insurance polices and family guns ect. he doesn't own a house. I've heard people say unless you are on a bank account then it takes forever to get access to help. I help my dad pay bills and i know where the check book is. He thinks he will need to go to the hospital and that is bladder cancer. So i'm trying to get this done quick. Any advice i would appreciate. Thank you!