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Financial Powers of Attorney

When you become ill or incapacitated—whether from a short stint in the hospital or a long-term illness—someone must step in and handle bill-paying, investment decisions, and other financial matters. Here's how to give that authority to someone you choose—and not leave it up to a court.

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