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The New Connecticut Uniform Power of Attorney Law Part 1

A power of attorney allows an adult (the principal) to designate a trusted friend or family member (the agent) with legal authority to manage their affairs. Depending on the circumstances, a valid durable power of attorney can provide a means to manage the estate of someone who later becomes legally

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