I signed a Durable power attorney. May Istil write checks and conduct business as well as my Attorney in Fact?
1 Answer from Attorneys
Certainly. Just because you have given someone else the right to act for yo doesn't mean that you are precluded from acting for yourself. But keep in mind that you could cause some confusion if you do the same things that someone else is doing for you.
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