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Ever executed a Power of Attorney (POA), or are you considering having one done in the future? Are you about to become the agent for someone signing a POA? Either way, you'll want to make sure the attorney drafting the form is aware of the new changes in Florida's POA law. The new POA law goes into effect October 1, 2011.
The new law can be found in Chapter 709, Florida Statutes.
Some of the new aspects of the law include:
The new POA law, although making some broad changes, left certain aspects of the law unchanged. For example:
(Disclaimer: This post is not intended as legal advice nor does it create an attorney-client relationship.)