Power of attorney and living will
With the help of a notary it is possible to make provision for the eventuality that you are no longer able to manage your own affairs. As an independent advisor, the notary will explain what options the law provides for in such cases. In particular, a notarial power of attorney can be a good and useful solution.
Furthermore, a notary can advise on and assist with the drafting of a so-called living will, in which you can set out your wishes with regard to medical treatments, should you fall ill and be unable to make your own decisions.