Special Power of Attorney - Step 1

A Special Power of Attorney gives your agent the authority to conduct a specific act or acts on your behalf. Because this type of Power of Attorney is limited to the act or acts designated in the document (rather than the broad authority in a General Power of Attorney), it is especially important to be very clear about the powers you wish to appoint to your agent.

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Questions related to your Special Power of Attorney document.

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DECLARANT INFO:

This is the person "declaring" their intent and giving power to someone else (the "agent") to act on their behalf. The scope and limits of that delegation are set forth in the power of attorney document.

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