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Adults should have someone able to sign for them if they are unavailable or ill. That document is called a Power of Attorney. Learn more about these important legal documents and why they are now more powerful than ever in Florida. Also learn about:
Only give a Power of Attorney to a trusted person - - what level of trust should you have in that person?
Powers of Attorney (POA) are now more powerful than ever in Florida - - what can and can't your appointed person do?
What is the terminology you need to know?
Do you need a lawyer to create a POA?
Are all powers automatic under Florida law?
What questions should you ask your attorney?
In this half hour show, learn about designating a POA - - what to do (and what not to do!)
Learn from the expert, LADY LAWYER LIVE Cynthia Rignanese, an estate planning attorney in Winter Haven in Central Florida with 27 years experience in this field!
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