A power of attorney is a simple way of granting to some other person the rights to deal with your property when you are not able. A power of attorney is generally effective from the time it is signed and ceases in almost all cases on your death. The power of attorney allows someone you have chosen to look after your affairs in the event you are unable to do so.
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