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Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney lets you appoint someone you trust to manage important financial and legal matters on your behalf. You can choose to have it take effect immediately or only go into effect in the event of illness or incapacitation. Common uses for a Power of Attorney include authorizing someone to handle a complex legal transaction or manage your financial affairs while you're on vacation. LegalZoom can help you create a power of attorney in 3 simple steps.