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How to Declare Someone Incompetent to Manage Affairs in Texas

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When an adult becomes unable to properly manage his own affairs, as through diseases such as Huntington's or Parkinson's, he may be declared legally incompetent. In Texas, a competency hearing is used as part of the guardianship process. Once the ...
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Laws of Tennessee Power of Attorney

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Power of Attorney Laws in South Carolina

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How to Get Power of Attorney in Tennessee

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How to Get Power of Attorney in New York

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How to Obtain Power of Attorney in New Jersey

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Michigan Durable Power of Attorney

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Louisiana Regulations for Power of Attorney

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Iowa Power of Attorney Rules

An Iowa power of attorney (POA) is a legal document stating that an agent or "attorney-in-fact," has the authority to act on behalf of another person ...

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Do You Need to Have a Power of Attorney Notarized for the State of Texas?

by: Jessica Zimmer

A power of attorney should be notarized in the state of Texas. The two primary types of powers of attorney are general powers of attorney that terminate when the principal becomes incapacitated, and durable powers of attorney, which do not terminate ...
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North Dakota Power of Attorney Laws

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How Do I Revoke Power of Attorney?

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Does Having a Power of Attorney Require Reporting How Money Is Spent

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Can You Ask for Copies of Power of Attorney Through the Courts?

by: Teo Spengler

Despite what you may have seen in Perry Mason reruns, astonishing court revelations are not the norm. The modern American court system favors open disclosure, and evidence exchange before trial is encouraged to avoid surprises.
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Can There Be More Than One Power of Attorney?

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