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Power of Attorney FAQs in Arizona | Estate Planning Attorney

Power of Attorney FAQs in Arizona | Estate Planning Attorney

Submitted by • February 14, 2020 susansandys.com

Power of Attorney FAQs in Arizona | Estate Planning Attorney

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Powers of attorney are important legal documents that serve as an essential part of estate plans. Here is the common Power of Attorney FAQs in Arizona.
There are two important roles. First, the principal is the person who is signing the power of attorney documents. These papers give authority to a designated agent, or attorney in fact, whose job is to act on behalf of the principal.

Who you name as an agent may be different than the executor of a will, also known as a personal representative under Arizona law, and a trustee, who administers a trust.

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