Any Florida Estate Planning Attorney will be able to draft a Power of Attorney (POA) for your mother, but it will be your mother that has to ask for and decide upon getting the POA and what should go into it. POA changed in recent years in the State of Florida and it is not as simple as it once was with respect to being able to just use some basic and generic form with very general language.
Most general practitioners or elder care attorneys or probate/guardianship attorneys can provide you such a power of attorney. Your mother must be competent and the attorney will have to satisfy himself about that. She is the one who must sign and execute the document in front of witnesses and a notary.
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