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Written by attorney Damon Terry Duncan | Aug 14, 2011

Can I File Bankruptcy for Someone Else If I Have a Power of Attorney For Them?

The answer to whether you can file a bankruptcy for another person if you have a power of attorney for them really depends upon the language of the power of attorney documents. Usually, the specific language of "bankruptcy" must be included in the document.

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