Legal Corner


-List Your Site Here! -- Targeted Advertising For Just Pennies A Day! -Tell A Friend - Bookmark This Page

LegalCornerTM - Power Of Attorney F.A.Q.'s

Find A Lawyer
Law Area:
 

State:
 

 
Search

Search:

Search By:

--Back

Q.What is Non-Durable Power Of Attorney?

A.A Nondurable Power of Attorney can be general or limited, but in either case the authority granted by the principal to the attorney-in-fact ends if the principal becomes incapacitated. A non-durable power of attorney is typically used for a specific transaction, like the closing on the sale of residence, cashing or depositing a check, or handling the principal's financial affairs while the principal is on vacation. When limited in time or scope, or both, it is called a non-durable special ("limited") power of attorney since it is meant to be limited in time and to specific tasks.




Copyright 1999-2018 Melissa C. Marsh. All Rights Reserved. All Information on this website is subject to a Disclaimer and Use Agreement. This information is provided as general information only and should not be construed as legal advice. We advise you to seek the advice of competent legal counsel to address your own specific questions, facts and circumstances.