My aunt told me that one must file a Durable POA with the register of deeds for it to be activated. I thought it was activated once it was signed and notarized.
Can a medical power of attorney tell me I can't visit my Mother with my well behaved supervised dog?
How do I set up guardianship for Mom?
How do I now get power of attorney for my husband?
How does a Hold Harmless clause in a POA protect the POA?
Can a POA be overturned, taken away or given to another family member?
What is the difference between POA and guardianship?
How do family members go about taking POA away from a spouse?
My aunt (86) forgets events, has poor eyesight and mobility problems. Should I get a Durable POA before she's...