Saturday, August 29, 2009

The Power Of Attorney

The Power Of Attorney gives a designate person the right to take legal action in your name. For example, you might want to sell your house and are out of the country. You could give someone a power of attorney to sign the deed for you. Or, you could give power of attorney to someone to handle all of your legal affairs should you become medically disable.Tomorrow, we will go into more detail on the different types of power of attorney.

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