Power of Attorney Legal Questions and Answers

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How Can a Wife Keep Property at Death if the Husband Has No Will?

My Grandmother has a power of attorney over my Grandfather and she was wanting to know if this will still be in effect even after the death of him? If not he has children that would try to get everything that they could. If him and her wanted everything to go to her after his deaath what would they need to do or is this possible. Also he has alzheimers and I dont think that a w...

08/31/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: South Carolina   |   #23072

How Do I Contest the Agent's Acts Under a Power of Attorney?

my brother was given poa. what criteria would i need to contest this as there are obvious financial irregularities and he refuses to provide details. The parents' money bought a house, motorhome, etc. with a view to take care of them in exchange. their entire life's assets were (reported in medicaid application) to be exhausted and the folks on medicaid and put in a home wit...

08/31/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Montana   |   #23068

How Do I Take Over as Power of Attorney for My Father?

My father is in a vegetative state. My brother has power of attorney but is does not live in the united states- canada, and travels so much that he cannot be located. I am the daughter of the patient and would like the power of attorney given to me.. What needs to be done

08/26/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Pennsylvania   |   #23021

Can a Power of Attorney Be Effective if the Principal Dies?

I have a Durable Power of Attorney For Finance for My Brother, that was developed using Legal Zoom. Article II states This Power of Attorney shall become effective upon my disability and shall survive and continue during my disability, incompetence, incapacity, or partial incapacity, etc. Article III states' The successor Agent shall be entitled to act upon the DEATH, disabil...

08/25/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Florida   |   #23010

What Will Happen if I Resign as My Mother's Agent in a Power of Attorney?

I have a Durable Power of Attorney for my mother. She has been declared incompetent since granting me power of attorney. She did not name a successor. What would happen if I reliquished my Power of Attorney at this point?

08/21/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: California   |   #22976

How is a Successor Agent or Executor Named?

My mother-in-law in PA is 85 and had her oldest son set up as power of attorney and executor. Both are having health problems now. Is there any legal way to have another son/daughter take over as power of attorney or executor? The mother's lawyer has said that there isn't. The eldest son has just started dialysis and also has vision problems.

08/17/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Pennsylvania   |   #22939

Can the Agent Change a Power of Attorney?

can my original power of attorney be changed or contested by the person i originally gave power of attorney to

08/08/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Louisiana   |   #22855

Is a Power of Attorney Valid if the Agent Lives out of State?

My mother made a power of attorney in IL, with my brother being the agent living in KS. Is that still valid in WA?

07/30/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Washington   |   #22794

Should I Have Two Powers of Attorney if the Agent Lives in Another State?

I am trying to support my parents and their needs for the correct legal documents. They are legally Florida residents but essentially live in Connecticut half the year. Two questions: 1.) Would durable power of attorney in Florida require me (live in CT) to be present to make any decisions on my parents behalf? 2.) Living in two locations, would it require separate POA's for...

07/22/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Connecticut   |   #22725

How do I relinquish a POA?

I am my mother' POA for medical decisions and I need to relinquish this. I have 4 siblings - the oldest is her POA for financial matters.

07/08/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Pennsylvania   |   #22629
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