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I am planning to create a power of attorney. Is it possible that I appoint my daughter in law as the attorney-in-fact?

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Answered by Pranav Shandilya
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POWER OF ATTORNEY

Yes, people often appoint their relatives as attorney-in-fact, because the document needs to be handed over to a person whom you can count upon regarding your financial matters. For the same, no better match than your own relative would be best suited for the position of your attorney-in-fact. Moreover you can even make her the beneficiary in the power of attorney you are planning to create.

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