How do you file a power of attorney with Pennsylvania?

Answer If the POA is already legally drawn up, signed, and witnessed, if it is necessary - you would file it with the Clerk of The Court.

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How do I file a revocation of power of attorney?

Granting someone power of attorney gives that individual or entity the ability to act on your behalf in legal matters such as in tax court or in the filing of taxes. Although you may at some time g... Read More »

Do you need a power of attorney to file as married?

A taxpayer does not need a power of attorney to file their tax returns as married filing jointly. The only requirements for filing married and jointly is that the taxpayers are married and they bot... Read More »

What does attorney at law in Pennsylvania mean?

An attorney at law in Pennsylvania is a class of person who has been admitted by Pennsylvania's highest court to practice law in their jurisdiction.EligibilityOrdinarily, someone holding herself ou... Read More »

If you have power of attorney over a baby can you sign that power over to someone else?

No. Generally, a parent executes a power of attorney in order to give another adult the authority to make decisions for their child for only a short period such as when the child will be in the car... Read More »