Legal Question in Elder Law in Illinois

are online durable poa legal and binding in illinois? I put my mother in nursing home and i have poa but i think it's just for nursing home not notarized so I need a legal and binding poa and if it is what steps after i get the forms do i take

Asked on 7/23/13, 8:20 pm

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Jonathan Shimberg SHIMBERG and CROHN, P.C.
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Illinois has a statutory form power. An on-line form may not comply with the statute. Many Clerks of Court have free forms.

http://gac.state.il.us/pdfs/poa_property_july2011.pdf

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7/24/13, 4:49 am

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