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With a power of attorney, you choose who you want to act for you. In a guardianship proceeding, the court chooses who will act as guardian. A power of attorney is an estate planning document that allows a person you appoint to act in place of you for financial purposes when and if you ever become incapacitated.
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POA gives responsibility and authority. Guardianship gives responsibility, authority plus control.
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