Powers of Attorney Category: Estates Wills and Trusts
A power of attorney is typically a legal document that gives one person the power to act for another person, with authority to make legal decisions about property, finances, or medical care. It's usually used when a person is ill, disabled, or not present for a transaction. There are different types of power of attorney depending on the situation -- in which the designated person might have certain limits, durations, springing conditions, or otherwise.
Power of Attorney
Authorize Someone to Act on Your Behalf A Power of Attorney (POA) is a legal document that you (as the “principal”) create. It gives another person (your agent, or “attorney-in-fact”) the legal authority to act on your behalf. You can give your agent broad, ongoing powers, such as handling all...Read More