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Powers of Attorney

With a Power of Attorney, you give a trusted individual (your "attorney in fact") the right to act on your behalf if you become incapacitated, usually without involving the court. This trusted individual may be permitted to do things like pay your bills, determine whether your assets should be sold, and make various other financial decisions that you may specify.

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