What is Power of Attorney?

What is Power of Attorney? Source: Flickr Power of Attorney is a legal document where one person authorizes another to act on his/her behalf. It allows that authorized person to manage business and/or financial affairs when one person is no longer able to do so. It may be required due to illness, overseas travel or Continue Reading›› The post What is Power of Attorney? appeared first on Articles for the Law And Injury Niche.

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