I seldom see discussions about power of attorney, principal, and attorney-in-fact responsibilities and rights. I am providing some of my power of attorney presentation slides. Click on the following links for my three prior posts containing my slide numbers 3, 4, and 5 https://wp.me/p1wbl8-tK, slide numbers 6, 7, and 8 https://wp.me/p1wbl8-u5, and slide numbers 9, 10, 11, and 12 https://wp.me/p1wbl8-uj. Below in this post I have provided slide numbers 13, 14, 15, and 16, which are the remaining slides that I am posting.
You should note, obviously these slides are a summary of what can be a complicated area of law and specific facts, they are not a solicitation for services inside or outside of California, and they do not pertain to any particular situation or to you and your situation. You need to consult with an appropriate professional for your specific situation.
Best to you, Dave Tate, Esq. (California)
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