amjan Asked June 2010

Is it possible to have Power of Attorney for someone who lives in a different state?

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My sister-in-law lives in Florida and is Power of Attorney for my mother-in-law who lives in New Hampshire.

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amjan Jun 2010
Thank you very much
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wsbf Jun 2010
Yes. Unless there are state laws or regulations prohibitting out of sate POAs, there is nothing to prevent this. I am not familiar with NH law, but my guess is that there is nothing preventing this. It would be just like you transacting business on your own behalf from out of state.
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