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Your mother needs to be of sound mind to sign and so does your father. They must each be willing to give this to you. Very often, as my mother and I did, you have a lawyer to write this up which the parent signs and it is notarized. Usually a lawyer has someone in their office who can notarize a document. It cost my mother $150 for each document. You ask the lawyer to explain there are different kinds of financial POA for example a durable, etc. There are various questions the lawyer will ask concerning your parent's wishes on the medical POA. It probably would be a good time to get a living will done if they want one and are up to it.

So first, ask if your parents want to give this to you. Next, contact a lawyer and make an appointment.
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We had ours through their estate planner, and the documents were more or less correct. They have to be of sound mind when signing, or else what you actually may have to do instead is guardianship. What is your situation?
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