Ancient One
Ancient One commented on Yin and Yang's answer
Firstly she should have a living will written up. She can put her husband down as primary and you as secondary. You can find blanks on line, fill them in and get them notarized. OR she being a military dependent she can go to the nearest JAG (Office (Judge Advocate General) and have it all … Read more
Ancient One
Ancient One thanked Yin and Yang's answer

I had a horrible thought! As you all know my daughter ran off and got married. Her spouse will be deployed soon and she is not taking her medicines like she is suppose to! If something God forbid happens to her mentally or physically while he is gone who has the rights over her in … Read more