I am durable general power of attorney for my mother. What actions can I take for her benefit? I live in Ohio.
Answered on: 9/03/13, 1:48 pm by Christine Socrates
The answer to your question depends on the provisions set forth in the Power of Attorney document itself. It should state what powers your mother is granting you.
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