Even after your divorce, your former spouse could continue to hold you back in many ways. For example, you would be beholden to the state of West Virginia in many cases to facilitate, as much as possible, the parent-child relationships between your former spouse and any of your children. At Herrenkohl Law Office, we know that people sometimes get opportunities that are too good to pass up. Luckily, there could be a way for you to improve your life and the lives of your children without impediment.
It is not pleasant to think about you or a loved one becoming so ill or disabled that making medical decisions is not possible, yet it is important to make plans so that you and your family maintain control over your health care choices. Fortunately, West Virginia law provides for people to appoint a medical durable power of attorney (POA) to make medical decisions on their behalf should they end up disabled. However, in doing so you want to make sure the appointment is valid.