Elder Law - Power of Attorney

A power of attorney ("POA" ) is one of the most common legal documents used to grant someone else power to do something for and behalf of the person granting the power of attorney.

The holder of a POA acts as the agent for the grantor, or the principal. A POA can be for something specific or general. It can expire on a date certain or be good until revoked. It can be "durable" or it can terminate upon the incapacity of the principal. A POA is widely used as an important estate planning tool.

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