How do i get power of attorney for my boyfriend in prison? He has given me permission but i dont know where or what to do
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Assuming there is no court "No-Contact" order regarding him and you, he is the one that has to obtain and sign a document appointing you as his Power of Attorney, either for specific or limited purposes or as a general power of attorney. Any attorney can draft one for him or perhaps one from legal form stores such as Stevens-Ness may have something suitable. Regardless, he has to sign the document and give it to you.
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