Written by attorney Kera Murphy Reed

Changing Beneficiary Designation using Power of Attorney

The general rule is that the agent under the power of attorney must act in the utmost good faith and undivided loyalty toward the principal. With this is the requirement that the agent exercise her authority in the best interest of the principal.

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