Does a senior need an attorney to grant power of attorney to a relative ?
Asked on 3/07/11, 11:46 am
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Michael E. Hendrickson Attorney & Counsellor at Law
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No, most definitely not (as long as the senior still as a grip on his "marbles
in the upper story").
Answered on 3/07/11, 8:54 pm
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