A power of attorney is one of the more useful estate planning devices available today. The vast majority of estate plans created by people in the state of Florida include one, and typically more than one, of these essential documents. Unfortunately, there is a lot of confusion in the general population about what a power of attorney is, what it does, and why they can be so useful to people interested in the estate planning. Today, we will begin a two-part discussion on the use of powers of attorney in Florida by taking a look at some common questions about them.
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