I've only been married for three years. Should I give my son the Power of Attorney?

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Eldon-The person to give POA-is one that you fully trust in making decisions for you-wheter it be health or financial. or both..As mentioned to me-this person does not even have to be a relative, but someone you feel comfortable in taking over the responsibility if and when the time arises. Keep in mind-POA is something that can always be changed if need be, and is not set in stone.
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