What To Do When You Are Appointed As Attorney-in-Fact

You have just been appointed as agent under a durable power of attorney to represent the principal, and now you probably have some very important questions.

Learn what your duties and responsibilities are and how to handle the principal's financial affairs. What kind of records should you keep? Can you be held liable for your actions as attorney-in fact? What is your role when more than one agent is appointed?

All of this, and more, in Margolis & Bloom's Legal Guide on What To Do When You Are Appointed As Attorney-in-Fact.

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