What is power of attorney abuse?

Answer Abuses of the power of attorney can do great harm, as a person with this authority can take someone's entire life savings. Unfortunately, prosecuting this type of offense proves difficult, and nobo... Read More »

Top Q&A For: What is power of attorney abuse

What is a T-19 power of attorney?

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 »

What is a financial power of attorney?

A financial power of attorney is a legal document that provides rights to an agent of your choice who can act on your behalf with your financial assets and accounts. It can be used for financial tr... Read More »

What is covered by a power of attorney?

Power of attorney can cover specific items, such as paying the mortgage on a house, or it can be broad where the person who has been authorized handles all matters for another, such as selling real... Read More »

What is a non durable power of attorney?

A power of attorney authorizes someone to carry out specified responsibilities for you and is generally non-durable, meaning its authorization is not valid if you become incapacitated. The document... Read More »