Directive to Physicians & Family or Surrogates – tells your agent(s) what you want or don’t want if your condition is terminal or irreversible.
Medical Power of Attorney – allows your agent(s) to make medical decisions, consent to surgery, allow treatment, etc.
Release of information / HIPAA Release – allows your agent(s) to speak with the hospital or doctor and obtain information about your condition.
Statutory Durable Power of Attorney – allows your agent(s) to conduct business on your behalf. This takes care of things like rent, college, and your job. Without this, your agent cannot suspend college classes, stop your rent, or take care of the other parts of your life.