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Power of Attorney
Attorney Risa Quinn Feldbusch has successfully prepared Powers of Attorney and other related documents for clients since 1982.

The purpose of a General Durable Power of Attorney is to give a client (the principal) the ability to have another person of his choosing handle all real and personal property matters which he would otherwise

do for himself. This power is generally given to a person for health reasons or for convenience should he be out of the country for an extended period of time. It should not be given lightly as decisions made by the designated person (the attorney in fact) are binding on the client (the principal).

A simpler and more often used power of attorney is the Limited Power of Attorney. It is used to give a client (the principal) the ability to have another person of his choosing handle specific matters he would otherwise do for himself.

This Limited Power of Attorney may be used to grant decision making over real and personal property matters, medical matters even "school custody" matters for his children when the client is out of the area, and may be made for a limited period of time.