Power of Attorney for Finances
Power of attorney designates who handles financial affairs when someone is incapacitated. This article covers the basics of power of attorney.
When you're ready to set up a power of attorney for finances, use this step-by-step guide to help.
Many of us have questions about a durable and non-durable power of attorney. Get the facts about on POA and how to choose who should hold power of attorney for your loved ones.
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- I don't have POA - can I still pay some of Dad's bills from my own account?
- No one will speak to Mother's POA regarding legal issues!
- Can I transfer my POA to someone else?
- Does my patient or the POA have final say?
- I am POA but my brother has basically taken control of mom's house. What can I do?
- Who should I consult to assist in my POA duties now that Mom has passed away?
- Who should be the power of attorney?
- How can we find out who is POA and can we evict the non-POA from a home?
- Must I be named POA to be on my mother's checking account?