There are different types of powers of attorney, and one of them is the general power of attorney. If you grant someone a general power of attorney, you are giving this individual the ability to act on your behalf in a comprehensive manner. The agent can do virtually anything that you can do for yourself.
Topics covered in this report include:
- General Power of Attorney
- Limited Power of Attorney
- Durable Powers of Attorney
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