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No, my brother, when competent is quite stubborn and has refused to write a will, assign a durable power of attorney, or a medical directive.
At this time, while he is under the influence of this medication, he is not
At this time I am not willing to have him declared legally incompetent. I just need to get him off of this medication.
I answered these questions once before. My brother has noo will, no durable power of attorney or medical directive.
For the past three weeks, since he has been on this medication, he has not been competent. My goal is to get him off the medication.
At this time, I am not willing to have him declared incompetent, as I am sure he will return to normal when the medication is discontinued.
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