My power of attoney wont give me amy of my moneyj.. So how] can I start?
Jeffrey Lippman ∙ June 2, 2019
Your Power of Attorney should not have more powers than you unless you granted them those powers. You can revoke a Power of Attorney at any time as long as you are of sound mind. I suspect you may be referring to either a Guardian or a Trustee. There may be recourse such as breach of fiduciary duty. The specifics of your situation and your State will likely influence any analysis. I urge you to contact your LegalZoom provider firm.
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