Duty to Account by a Person who is an agent under a Power of Attorney in California

In California, your agent under a power of attorney has a duty to account to the principal who created the power. California has particular laws having to do with the power of attorney accounting by an agent acting under a power of attorney.  Below you will find a basic list

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4 Uses for a Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Management

4 Uses for a Durable Power of Attorney for Financial Management A “Durable” power of attorney is a form that when signed, gives the powers of the principal to the agent.  It can be broad or narrow, depending on the wishes of the principal of the power of attorney. What

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Risks of Signing a Power of Attorney Document

When executing any legal document, you should consult an attorney about the risks of signing the document, especially when the document is a power of attorney.   Depending on what kind of power of attorney document you use, you are giving someone else the authority to sign documents for you. With

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