Power of Attorney

Power of Attorney – Attorney In Fact / Agent Acceptance

I was recently asked the following question from a fellow attorney, “I have general power of attorney that isn’t signed/accepted by the attorney-in-fact/agent. Doesn’t the agent have to sign it to be binding? Principal and witnesses did sign and notarize.” The answer is as follows: Section 709.2113 of the Florida Statutes states that “Except as [...]

March 12th, 2014|Power of Attorney|

Power of Attorney Revocation

I was recently contacted by a client going through a divorce and wondering how he can revoke his Power of Attorney (PoA) naming his soon-to-be ex wife. The typical way to revoke a PoA is to create a new one, a subsequent PoA will revoke the previous PoA. This particular client didn’t want his wife [...]