A power of attorney is a document to allow someone else to act on behalf of you, a spouse or other family member. A person signing such a document must be able to understand the document being signed and its consequences. This is one way of avoiding filing a petition in probate court to appoint an conservator for someone who eventually develops dementia, Alzheimer's or other conditions affecting someone's mental function.

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