A power of attorney allows you to sign your rights away, to some degree. You give somebody else the opportunity to make decisions for you that they usually wouldn't have the right to make. For example, a medical power of attorney could let them decide if you're going...
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Can you have more than one power of attorney?
If you’re using a power of attorney to choose an agent who can make decisions for you, it’s important to know that there are different types of powers of attorney. For example, you can use a legal power of attorney or a medical power of attorney. One can address...
Powers of attorney can protect you from involuntary guardianship
Estate planning requires that you confront some unpleasant realities, such as the fact that you will eventually die. The best estate plans protect not just the people you love after your death but also you as an individual as you grow older. Age or an injury could...