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An attorney-in-fact need not be an lawyer. In such an instance the Att.-in-Fact may not offer legal advice or in any manner represent himself as such. However in any proceeding such as a litigation court appearance to which the grantor is permitted to speak for herself the Att.-in-Fact may appear and speak for the grantor.
OR UPAA: "Other grants of general authority include the authority of an agent to manage the principal’s estate, trusts, and other beneficial interests, to litigate or defend matters on behalf of the principal, " Her ex has intimidated & bullied her from the start. My wife granted me full PofA to avoid further manipulations. Her ex & his lawyer have soundly insisted that they will meet only with her alone or her lawyer. By hiring a lawyer our costs exceed the award.