I want a form that can be copied for my Bishop to be my legal administrator if something were to happen to me.
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Re: legal administrator
Have you considered the possibility that your Bishop could be a thief and a fraud? History - and current events - are filled with examples of clerics (including a few attorneys) who have betrayed the trust of their adherents. If you want to name someone as an "administrator" while you yet live, you could be thinking about a durable power of attorney; if it is for when you have died, you may be thinking about the executor named in a will. Go to the public library and ask about the California statutory forms for these documents.