I have a power of atterney signed and notorized from my mom. Is this enough to be useful in Italy or do I need other papers signed?

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I would ask an elder attorney about this. It's likely you will need more papers for another country, however I don't know. A POA may be sufficient in some countries. To be safe, you should check with an attorney.
Good luck,
Carol
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You can also check with the consulate in D.C.
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Italy are you serious, what you really need is me there to give you guidance :)
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