What Are the Dangers of Signing Over Your Power of Attorney?

Answer When you appoint someone as your power of attorney, you create a principal-agent relationship. You are the principal, and the appointee is the agent. You can appoint a general, special, or health... Read More »

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The Dangers of Using a Power of Attorney for Your Estate?

According to Marc S. Weissman, Certified Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law for the State Bar of California, an estate power of attorney is a possible "license to steal." This ty... 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 »

When does a power of attorney take over?

Power of attorney provides legal control over another person in regard to health, medical, legal, financial and other decisions. One who has power of attorney over another person can use that power... Read More »

How to Get Power of Attorney?

Power of attorney is a legal document that allows one person (Referred to as the "Principal") to grant power over their financial and medical decision making to someone else (Referred to as the "At... Read More »