Does a power of attorney have to produce a document as proof?
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My ex-husband's niece says she has a power of attorney, our children have ask to see the document. She is telling us that her attorney said she dosen't have to produce this document. Is this true and how do they make her show them?
Two common scenarios are when a caregiver no longer wishes to be POA and when a family member wants to challenge the legality of a POA’s actions. Changes are dependent on the principal’s competency, how the document is written and the desired outcome.