A power of attorney is a legal document that gives one person, the attorney-in-fact, certain legal rights in the name of someone else, the principal, according to the Connecticut Network for Legal Aid. The attorney-in-fa... More »

A power of attorney is needed when a person is unable to handle affairs or considered legally incapable to make decisions about finances, medical and household issues, explains the Connecticut Network for Legal Aid. A pe... More »

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General power of attorney forms vary, according to the American Bar Association. Because power of attorney is granted for a range of situations, the form may need to be tailored to specific needs. States also differ in t... More »

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A power of attorney is needed when a person is unable to handle affairs or considered legally incapable to make decisions about finances, medical and household issues, explains the Connecticut Network for Legal Aid. A pe... More »

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A good time to give someone power of attorney is when people are out of state and need to appoint someone in control of their property or affairs, the Connecticut Network for Legal Aid advises. Power of attorneys can be ... More »

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A medical power of attorney is a legal document where one person, the principal, gives another person, the agent, the right to make medical decisions for the principal when he is incapacitated. The American Bar Associati... More »

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A notice of revocation of power of attorney is a document that allows someone to revoke a power of attorney formerly granted, Rocket Lawyer says. There are many reasons to revoke a power of attorney, including drafting a... More »

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