Why college students need to know about health care power of attorney

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ST. LOUIS - Bruce Talen is the Attorney and Head of Governance and Risk Management at Commerce Trust Company.

Talen joined Fox 2 to share why college students, or any 18-year-olds for that matter, could benefit from being educated on the topic of health care power of attorney.

Signing a health care power of attorney means you designate someone to make decisions concerning your health care if you are unable to for some reason.

For more information or to answer questions go to www.commercetrustcompany.com.

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