A durable power of attorney (POA) is a legal instrument that designates another responsible party to act on the behalf of the person executing the document, if they become incapacitated by illness or age, according to No... More »

A durable power of attorney, created without cost, contains several crucial pieces of information, including your name, the name of the person to whom such power is conferred, any special requirements and your signature,... More »

The names of the assigning party or the principal, the agent, effective dates, and property covered by the agreement all belong on a power-of-attorney letter, according to the Law Offices of Leonard E. Cox. Laws governin... More »

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When someone is appointed as power of attorney, he is an agent acting on behalf of another person, and his duties vary depending on the type of powers that the principal grants, according to Legal Zoom. Those duties incl... More »

An individual can give a person power of attorney so the appointed person can manage the financial affairs if the individual becomes incapacitated, says Nolo. A power of attorney is a legal document that allows the appoi... More »

A power of attorney, also known as a POA, is valid until the expiration date, if one is set by the party, until it is cancelled by the individual or the individual's representative, until the individual dies or if the in... More »

An individual creates a power of attorney form by deciding who acts on his behalf in the event he is unable to do so; he lists the person's contact information and signs the document to make it legal, according to Rocket... More »