How Much Does a Power of Attorney Cost?

For many people, the power of attorney, sometimes referred to as a “DPOA,” acts a piece of paper that authorizes another person to do legal tasks and actions on their behalf.  These legal actions and tasks most often have to do with money, but it can also involve medical decisions.

Because of the personal nature of these decisions, you are able to choose whomever you would like.

Essentially, the power of attorney is given when the person becomes incapacitated to do work or to fulfill their own obligations.  In other cases, the document is applied temporarily when the person cannot be in that particular place for a limited amount of time.

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  1. danzzing (Scottsdale,  Arizona) paid $ and said:

    So wrong to direct people to use legalzoom or other online or forms based software package It is always preferred that consumer’s pay the few more dollars and have an experienced attorney prepare and answer your questions.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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