Can my sister be a financial POA for my parents and I be a medical POA for their heath care?

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I take my parents to medical appointments, fill prescriptions and can ask generic questions to health care providers. But when it comes to discussion's about other medical issues I'm told I need to be a power of attorney to have access to this information. My older sister is the poa for my parents financial needs. I don't feel the need to be involved in financial issues since my sister does a good job and keeps the family up to date on her decisions. I have a back ground in elder care and we agree that medical issues should be in my care. Is it possible to have a poa for each?
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Absolutely, you should be able to find what you need on line. Each state has different forms so google your state and print out the form. Your parents will have to sign the forms and have them notarized. In fact many families have a power of attorney for health care and someone else as power of attorney for finances. Good luck
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