How many power of attorneys can a person have?

Answer A "power of attorney" document is something that allows a person to authorize someone else to handle a certain aspect of their business. While the laws differ from state to state, most states allow... Read More »

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Can i have 3 power of attorneys?

While the law differs state by state regarding power of attorney, most states allow for multiple people to act in this capacity, as long as their actions and responsibilities are specified. Most li... Read More »

Does the state of California allow durable power of attorneys to make health care decisions?

A durable power of attorney for health care created between 1992 and 2000 is honored by the state of California. However, in 2000, the "advance health care directive" replaced the durable power of ... Read More »

If a person with no eye defect begins wearing glasses with some power, how will that person be affected?

Perfect eyes: if you wear glasses and don't need them (or, as a glasses wearer you wear ones that are too strong for you) you will get a headache and your eyes will feel tired. Over a period of tim... Read More »

Should the power of attorney&trustee be the same person?

On One Hand: Yes, If There is TrustWhen you select a power of attorney, this person will have authority to make financial and legal decisions for you. This person can be a spouse, child, friend or ... Read More »