What does general power of attorney mean?

Answer Giving someone you trust power of attorney is a very common action, especially among the elderly, to protect assets or just for help with everyday tasks. However, this does not mean relinquishing a... Read More »

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Who can prepare a general power of attorney?

Individuals can prepare their own general power of attorney documents by using standard fill-in-the-blanks forms available at public libraries, law libraries or financial institutions. However, att... Read More »

Revocation of a General Power of Attorney?

A general power of attorney is a document where a person appoints an attorney-in-fact to act on her behalf in all situations. For example, the named agent may enter into a contract under the signe... Read More »

When is a general power of attorney terminated?

A general power of attorney, or POA, is a legal document that gives an authorized person to act on your behalf in a number and/or various circumstances. A general POA is terminated when specifics o... Read More »

Indiana General Durable Power of Attorney?

An Indiana general durable power of attorney is a document that gives a person the authorization to execute certain actions on your part and take care of certain affairs for a period because you ar... Read More »