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Is it true that my power of attorney would be valid even after my death?

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Answered by Pranav Shandilya
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POWER OF ATTORNEY

No, it's not true. In general circumstances when a person dies, the executor appointed by you in your will takes sole control over your property and distributes it according to instructions in the will. If there is no will, the concerned state legislation distributes it according to a proper set of rules.

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