Yes. He can grant powers of attorney. I recommend he use an attorney to best assure acceptance.
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Yes an Illinois Notary can help. When notarizing for a visually-impaired person, the Notary will need to read the document verbatim to your Uncle before witnesses who will also sign. The Notary will not be able explain the document’s meaning or answer questions about its legal effect - only an attorney could provide this service, as this is considered the unauthorized practice of law. Good Luck!
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Yes, your uncle should have a lawyer involved in the process. Good luck.
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