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If you want to remove the agents authority, revoke your power of attorney and create a new power of attorney to appoint a new agent. The bottom line: put the revocation in writing. File it with the Register of Deeds office. Protect yourself.
A power of attorney gives the attorney the legal authority to deal with third parties such as banks or the local council. Some types of power of attorney also give the attorney the legal power to make a decision on behalf of someone else such as where they should live or whether they should see a doctor.
A Power of Attorney (POA) is a document whereby you give someone (referred to as your agent) written permission to help you now or in the future regarding financial decisions while you are living. A Power of Attorney is not valid once you dieit dies with you and then your Executor or Trustee take over.
Under Connecticut law, a power of attorney must be signed in front of two witnesses and docHubd in order to be considered enforceable. Once executed in this manner, the powers are immediately effective unless the document states otherwise.
A general power of attorney allows the agent to make a wide range of decisions. This is your best option if you want to maximize the persons freedom to handle your assets and manage your care. A limited power of attorney restricts the agents power to particular assets.
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A durable Power of Attorney will continue in effect after you become incapacitated. A nondurable Power of Attorney will end if you become incapacitated. However, in Pennsylvania all Powers of Attorney signed on or after December 16, 1992 are durable unless the document specifically states otherwise.
CONNECTICUT SPECIAL POWER OF ATTORNEY A NOTARY PUBLIC, CONNECTICUT ATTORNEY, OR: (1) judge of court of record or a family support magistrate; (2) clerk or deputy clerk of a court having a seal; (3) commissioner of deeds or town clerk; or (5) justice of the peace.
Under a limited power of attorney agreement, the agent can only act and make decisions on specified activities, and only to the extent that the principal authorizes. A principal does not need to choose a lawyer to be their agent; attorney in fact differs from an attorney at law.
A Power of Attorney, like a Trust, does not need to be registered or recorded in the public records in order to be effective. It does have to be in writing, signed, witnessed and docHubd.
A general power of attorney gives an agent the power to handle your financial matters in your place. They can mostly do anything you could do, such as selling assets, transferring funds, or making gifts or investments. A limited power of attorney can handle a specific task or set of tasks for you.

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