Legal Question in Consumer Law in South Carolina

Purpose of power of attorney

My daughter made me her power of attorney, she is only 21 years old but has been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder and did not want to deal with her affairs on her own. My problem is she recently purchased a car that was a lemon. When she tried to return it 2 days later after I advised her she had made a mistake in this purchase the dealer refused to talk with her about it. Is there anything I can do to assist her in correcting her mistake? Thank you for your time and consideration.

Asked on 1/11/08, 3:57 pm

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John Jackson Law Office of John A. Jackson, P.C.
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Re: Purpose of power of attorney

Yes, you can. Feel free to contact my office on Monday to discuss.

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Answered on 1/11/08, 4:02 pm

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