What is Power of Attorney and What is Important to Know About it in Delaware?

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In Delaware, endurable power of attorney grants the agent broad rights to act in the place of the principal. It’s always important to ask someone that you trust to act in your stead, and it’s important also in Delaware that the agent acknowledges their rights, duties and responsibilities in an attachment to the power of attorney.

The experienced attorneys at Mattleman, Weinroth & Miller, P.C., are well versed in estate legalities within the state of Delaware. Contact them for your free initial consultation and have any estate questions answered.