Family Medical Leave Act, FMLA and legal documents

FMLA



frees family caregivers who can afford 12 working weeks off. Your state can have a more beneficial FMLA. Realize when you are providing medical documents
you may also be eligible for non-sequential time off. Before you are in the depths of caring there are
legal documents you may need and be guided you for
additional help in your caregiving.

There are many legal documents that arise
about a Power of Attorney (POA),
Advance Medical Directive ,
Revocable power of attorney,
durable power of attorney,
Power of Attorney Health Care Directive(POAHCD),
Will, Trust,
Living Trust ,
revocable Living Trust, and Proxies
and a living will .
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Hope you are eligible for FMLA. If the stress is too much
look into disability as an option.

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