There are different types of power of attorney. Main types include: general, limited, health care, durable, and springing, all of which will be explained here. However, there are other types of powers of attorney, including: financial, care and custody of children, sale of real property, and sale of automobile or other vehicle.
A power of attorney form allows you to choose a person or organization to handle your legal, financial, or health care matters if you’re unable to take care of them yourself. Here, we’ll cover the basics of power of attorney, what it is, how it works and how it could benefit you.
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