so we have a durable power of attorney for me but my husband is not able to finish signing the final papers for refinancing our home with cash out can I do it in the state of Nevada it was witnessed by two witnesses?
It depends on whether your husband cannot sign because he is incapacitated in some manner and/or if the durable power of attorney takes effect only when he becomes incapacitated. You can take the durable power of attorney to an attorney for a review to see if it would apply under your specific fact pattern in the form it is currently written. The durable power of attorney typically lists the types of power(s) the attorney in fact has been granted under the instrument.
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