Power of Attorney Legal Questions and Answers

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Which State Law Should a Power of Attorney Comply With if The Property is in Another State?

I am seeking a Limited Power of Attorney for a Florida resident who will be refinancing property located in New York, the agent is the Principals daughter. I read on the web that the Limited Power would be permitted to designate property outside of Florida and I am looking for such a Limited Power of Attorney form. Thank you

02/03/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: New Jersey   |   #20769

What Are the Requirements for a Power of Attorney in South Carolina?

What are the legal requirements for a SC Power of Attorney? Need to know the requirements for power of attorney in SC.

01/26/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: South Carolina   |   #20639

How Do I Cancel a Power of Attorney and Appoint Another Agent?

I brought my dad (82 yrs old) to live with me in April 2009--his daughter had power of attorney in Nev--I am in Calif and want to apply for power of attorney here-I bought one of the forms and one for cancelling the power of attorney in Nevada--is that all I need? Do I just complete it and have him sign before a Notary? Anything else I need do? Do I have access to his bank acco...

01/26/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: California   |   #20623

In Florida, how do I obtain the authority over veterans benefits for a disabled adult

My ex husband lives in Fl. and I live in MA. He is in the hospital in Fl. and is not able to handle his affairs. I need a POA so I can help him get info re veterans benefits. His son lives in Wyo and his daughter in AZ. Should I have him sign a general POA for me to get info re his veterans benefits and two separate Durable POAs for his children or can I put both of their nam...

01/15/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Massachusetts   |   #20467

How Can I Get a Person With Alzheimers to Give Me a Power of Attorney?

Dad was mom's POA. Daughter was dad's POA. Dad just died suddenly. Mom has alzheimers. How can I be moms POA

01/06/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Michigan   |   #20325

Which State Law Should a Power of Attorney Comply With if The Agent Resides in Another State?

My mother-in-law will be relocating to California and would like to give her Power of Attorney to her daughter whom she will live with in California. Because she is still residing in Hawaii and will relocate to California in January would her power of attorney be a State of Hawaii or State of California? Is there a general one for all states?

12/29/2009   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Hawaii   |   #20233

Which State Should A Power of Attorney Be Created For?

I am in the process of having my mom sign a durable power of attorney for financial and medical. My question is, her residence is still in California but she will be moved to Nevada soon, do I need a POA for both states or just one and if one which one? Her assets, bank accounts, property etc are all in California.

12/08/2009   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Nevada   |   #19960

How Do I Revoke a Power of Attorney in Pennsylvania?

Currently there is a durable power of attorney which was in effect 3/2007. The person who has power of attorney is seeking to utilize resources and this approach is questionable as it doesn't serve the party's overall welfare. There are pre-existing monies to be released and we would like to revoke the power of attorney from 3/2007. The party is of sound mind and has express...

12/04/2009   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Pennsylvania   |   #19914

What can I do if I think my mentally ill father executed a wrong power of attorney?

My dad is 81 years old. I found out just 11/30/09 that he has appointed a non-family member as his Power of Att'y in the state of Georgia. My dad had some mental issues over Thanksgiving Holiday, I called his friend to see if he had knowledge of the mental condition that my dad was having...His friend still has not return my call. Later, I found out that he was my dads Power o...

12/04/2009   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Missouri   |   #19907

Would an executor lose his house if the medical bills of his parents couldn't be paid?

My husband is power of attorney from state of MI for his parents his dad has Alzheimer's and his mother had a massive stroke, and has some brain damage and not able to make financial decisions. My husband and our two daughters are the executors of the estate if and when they die but until then if they run up medical bills and take a lean out on there home that is in MI to live ...

11/13/2009   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Tennessee   |   #19601
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