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Power of Attorney >> Granting Broad Powers >> What happens with POA if a principal has died?

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#6, posted 28 Jan 2022 7:48 am42 words
Jojo (Offline)

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I am confused and having trouble deciding, which type of Power of Attorney to use: Durable, Non-Durable or Springing.

What type of them allows me to continue to manage principal’s property and banking accounts when the principal has died?

Thanks a lot!

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#7, posted 28 Jan 2022 8:57 am, in reply to #653 words
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Dear Jojo,

Please be advised that any Powers that the Principal grants in a Power of Attorney cease to be effective upon Principal’s death.

Please be advised that Legal Helpmate Corp. is not a law firm and we do not give legal advices to the public.

Best regards,
Customer Support,
Legal Helpmate Corp

Edited 28 Jan 2022 8:57 am by Customer Support Reply  

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