Power of Attorney
A Florida Durable Power of Attorney (DPOA) can assure that certain financial or business transactions will be handled in the way you wish them to be, even if you are not able to attend to them personally or if you become incapacitated.
A Florida “Durable” Power of Attorney is the same as a Power of Attorney, with one major addition: the powers remain effective after the Principal becomes mentally or physically disabled. This durable power is added through special language written in the document.
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