Power of Attorney
Find out what's involved in a power of attorney, how to set up a power of attorney, where to find power of attorney forms--and get answers to frequently asked questions about power of attorney or ask your own question.
Get the facts about a power of attorney and final decision making. Abuse of power of attorney is real, but a power of attorney has almost boundless legal limits.
Power of attorney designates who handles financial affairs when someone is incapacitated. This article covers the basics of power of attorney.
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