power of attorney

Power of Attorney: Abuse of the fiduciary duty (Part 1 of a series)

Powers of Attorney (“POA”) are wonderful documents to have as part of a person’s estate planning. When a person is unable to take care of financial and property matters for themselves, the power of attorney is recorded in the county of the principal’s residence. Then the designated agent can handle the specified powers described in the POA.

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