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Power of Attorney >> Granting Broad Powers >> Interstate Durable Power of Attorney

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#60, posted 6 Apr 2022 9:25 pm, in reply to #58296 words
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Please be informed that generally one state recognizes legal documents issued in accordance with the law of a sister state.

The issuance of a Durable Power of Attorney is regulated by state law, and therefore you may experience difficulties when you need to put this Power of Attorney to work, especially when you attempt to make a transaction involving real estate or manage your finances.

Our understanding of the current law is that it is better to avoid any complications however remote they may appear, by executing a new Durable Power of Attorney.

It must be noted that many states require a Power of Attorney to be filed in a County Clerk’s office if you plan to use it in a real estate transaction. And when you file it in the County Clerk's office, the Power of Attorney is a public record open to inspection by the public. A writing that revokes a filed Power of Attorney should also be filed in the County Clerk's office.

If you file a Power of Attorney in the County Clerk's office, you will be able to get additional "certified" copies from the County Clerk for a small fee. A certified copy is legally equivalent to the original document. It is often convenient to have certified copies of your Power of Attorney on hand.

The cost of issuance of a Power of Attorney for your current state of residence is very small, and it is definitely incomparable with the costs you may incur when you use your old Power of Attorney. Just click the following link: http://www.legalhelpmate.com/poa/Nevada-power-of-attorney.aspx

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