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First, have you had the discussion with them concerning their wishes? Do you have their permission to begin the process?
You will need to obtain their Power of Attorney - financial and/or medical. You can do this by contacting an attorney who specializes in elder care or probate. Or you can do it online - I used "Legacy Writers" and found it very easy to do. If you are not detail oriented, or do not like "legaleze" I would go with the attorney. Your state regulations will dictate whether you need to notarize or have witnesses for any documents. I had everything signed and notarized at my bank.
I would also gather any legal documentation you may need: deeds to property, wills, end of life directives, medical info., (including Rxs) etc.
I also set up an online banking account for Mom. Then I can monitor her bills etc. Makes it so much easier!
Good Luck.
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