Power of Attorney

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A notary public is an individual commissioned by a state government to administer oaths and witness signatures on official documents. Notaries public are public officials. Notaries witness signatures on items such as car titles, wills, deeds, notes ...
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by: Mackenzie Maxwell

Power of Attorney, also commonly referred to as a POA, is a legal document which enables you to give someone else the authority to act on your behalf. Power of Attorney gives the agent the right to cash your checks, withdraw money from your bank ...
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Is a Power of Attorney Good in Any State?

Power of Attorney is the authority granted to a person, called an agent, to handle the affairs of another person, called a principal. In situations ...

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Can Two People Have the Power of Attorney for the Same Person?

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Most power of attorney agreements include just one principal and one agent. If a principal decides to elect two agents, however, this is certainly possible--provided that the powers granted to each agent do not overlap.
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