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Power of Attorney

The power of attorney is one of the strongest legal documents that an individual can give to another person. Accordingly, you must be making it of your own free will. It authorizes your agent (grantee) to act on your behalf and carry on your business in your absence. A general power of attorney authorizes your agent to do any number of acts relating to your property and personal affairs. Because this document grants broad, virtually unlimited authority to your agent, it should be given to a person you trust completely. A special power of attorney authorizes your agent to do one or more certain specified acts, such as selling your car, shipping household goods, or cashing a paycheck.

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