Powers of Attorney can be a powerful tool for handling financial and other affairs. The importance of a power of attorney increases if you become incapacitated in any way. The power of attorney is a legal document by which one person (called the creator, grantor, or principal) appoints another person (called the attorney-in-fact) to make personal and/or financial decisions and perform certain acts on behalf of the principal. The principal signs this document and the signature is notarized. Each power of attorney document pertains to one principal. The attorney-in-fact does not sign the power of attorney.
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