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Durable Powers of Attorney

An Analysis of State Statutes

By Lori A. Stiegel, Sally Balch Hurme & Michael Stone

One way in which the elderly may exercise some control over events if they become sick is through durable powers of attorney. This article examines the development of durable powers of attorney, as well as both common and unusual provisions contained in state statutes.

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