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 What is a T-19 power of attorney?

Answer A T-19 power of attorney is a document used in the state of Georgia. It allows a company, corporation or partnership to assign an employee the right to sign on behalf of the company when executing ... Read More »
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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 »
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What does power of attorney mean?

Power of attorney is a type of legal document. It gives another person legal authority to act on your behalf in business matters, such as managing bank accounts, signing documents and writing and e... Read More »
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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 »
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When does power of attorney end?

A general or limited power of attorney ends when you become incapacitated, die or revoke it. It also can end at a time stated in the document. A durable power of attorney, which gives your agent au... Read More »
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