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Signing Power of Attorney

A durable power of attorney is a legal document that gives a person to represent and act for a senior in legal, business and personal matters. A power of attorney can be useful when trying to manage the finances and medical care of an elderly person who has lost the ability to make educated decisions due to dementia or some other form of mental incpacitation. Learn the specifics of obtaining, transferring, and managing a durable power of attorney.

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