power of attorney
does giving a person power
of attorney prevent me from
selling my own property, changing
other legal documents, i.e. my own
life time estate documents, or my
making or changing a will ?
Asked on 2/21/09, 11:17 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
G. Joseph Holthaus III Law Offices of G. Joseph Holthaus
Re: power of attorney
A power of attorney can be granted in several ways. Upon granting a power of attorney a person is ordinarily able to make his/her own decisions after granting the power. But if a durable power was granted and you become not able to make decisions in your own regard then the person given the power can act in your behalf.
Should you need assistance with a power of attorney and other elder law advice, contact me to discuss.
Answered on 2/22/09, 12:02 am
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