Who Can Override a Power of Attorney?

Life can be unpredictable, and our decisions aren't always clear-cut. To be prepared for changing circumstances, it is essential to have certain legal safeguards in place. While wills and trusts typically focus on what happens after death, other mechanisms deal with one's assets and affairs while they are living. One of these mechanisms is a power of attorney, or "POA." Powers of attorney can become vital lifelines during incapacitation or unavailability, offering a method for individuals to manage their affairs indirectly. However, sometimes POAs

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