Power of Attorney

By: GoEstatePlans  07/06/2014
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An Illinois Power of Attorney lets you name someone to manage your financial affairs if you are unable to do so but still alive. For example, if you become incapacitated, your Illinois Power of Attorney will be able to act on your behalf to address any financial affairs while you are incapacitated.

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