The person creating the power of attorney is called the principal or grantor. The representative that is named is called the agent or attorney-in-fact. To create a power of attorney, you must be an adult who is of sound mind. The agent or attorney-in-fact must also be a competent adult who is willing to assume the responsibilities. Learn more about incapacity planning and Powers of Attorney in this presentation.
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