Power of attorney requirements in Georgia

You may want someone you trust to handle certain matters for you. This might be done for your convenience or because you have become incapacitated and aren't able to handle finances or make medical treatment decisions. What to know about the POA requirements in Georgia.

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Edward A. Haman, Esq.

by Edward A. Haman, Esq.

Edward A. Haman is a freelance writer, who is the author of numerous self-help legal books. He has practiced law in H...

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Updated on: December 28, 2023 · 3 min read


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