Pennsylvania  |  Elder Law

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Asked on: 3/19/13, 5:06 pm

My father signed power of attorney paperwork in 2006 naming me and my sister, witnessed by his attorney and notarized. He now has Alzheimer’s and we need to start making financial decisions for him. Does this need to go to court or is what he previously signed binding. Does this need to somehow be formally executed?

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Answered on: 3/20/13, 6:46 am by Scott Polsky

If this document has been properly executed and grants you the powers to make financial decisions, there is no need to go to court. If you would like a legal review of the document, feel free to contact me. Regards, Scott Polsky


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