Power of Attorney Legal Questions and Answers

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How Do I Prevent My Wife from Allowing the In Laws from Moving In?

What do I do with my power of attorney forms after they have been notarized? My wife has cancer and is making poor decisions.Therefore I opted for power of attorney so I can save my house from her adult child. She and her dysfunctional boyfriend are moving into our house and I want to stop that.

07/07/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: California   |   #22617

What Type of Power of Attorney is Used to Represent Someone With Various Entities?

What kind of power of attorney does a person need to have some one present and represent them when dealing with government agencies, doctors, social workers etc?

06/29/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Arizona   |   #22516

Is an Agent Liable for Nursing Home Bills When the Principal Dies?

is agent of power of attorney responsible for debt of principal after principal dies my husband and i had power of attorney for my aunt who just died in a nursing home owing over 8,000 to them. are we responsible for this debt

06/29/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Alabama   |   #22510

Can I Open a Bank Account and Cash a Check for Another With a General Power of Attorney?

I need a CA. DURABLE POWER OF ATTORNEY. My daughter is in prison she received a large check from a inherent. She needs me to sign it and open a bank account in mine and her names.. Is there any other kind of document we need?

06/24/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: California   |   #22470

How Do I Locate a Power of Attorney I Want to Revoke?

A relative and I did a powerof atty. when I was not well and had cancer. I am now well and I am very unhappy. I live in CA and he is in NY. I do not know where the papers are filed and do not have a copy. How do I proceed? I know it cause major family problems but I feel I must do this to have financial control of my accounts. It is likely he will not give me a copy so where...

06/19/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: California   |   #22427

Can I Sign the Principal's Name to A Forgiveness of Loan to Myself as the Principal's Agent?

As a POA I signed a note forgiving a personal loan to me. I had the permission and at the bequest of the grantor I signed their name to forgive this loan (It had already been Paid prior to this in any case.) There is now a dispute as to whether or not the grantor signed the release of this loan. I signed not to fraud but at the request of the grantor who wanted to discharge thi...

06/17/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Maryland   |   #22411

How Do I Create a Power of Attorney to Handle Investment Matters?

I am a Registered Investment Advisor and need a limited Power of Attorney Form thatwould allow me to buy or sellMutual Funds, Variable Accts or Stocksin exchange for other Variable Accts,Mutual Funds and Stocks

06/17/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Michigan   |   #22410

How Do I Replace My Sister as My Mother's Power of Attorney?

My younger sister wants to resign from being my Mothers POA, she cannot handle the responsibilities of it and I have already had to fix the financial situation for my Mom while she is still in the Nursing Home. I live in the state of Vermont and have no intentions of moving to Palm Beach Gardens,Florida where my Mom resides. Mom is only 67 years old and I am trying to get her ...

05/20/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Vermont   |   #22175

Can a Single Power of Attorney Grant Different Powers to Two Different Agents?

IS it possible to assign power of attorney to more than one person: one for tax matters and another for all personal matters including personal finances if the principal becomes incapacitated or dies?

05/08/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: New Jersey   |   #22041

How Do I Stop Huband's Co-Agent in a Power of Attorney From Exercising Authority Over Our Son?

My husband appointed myself and his sister as power of attorney while he was deployed overseas for 10 months. His eldest son is 15 (from a previous marriage) and lives with my husband's parents. I was told that my sister in law was given power of attorney because she takes care of his finances (the 15 year old). Problem is, she has now started to use it to sign things using my ...

05/05/2010   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Missouri   |   #22021
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