As My Father's Agent Under a Power of Attorney, Can I Add My Son's Name to His Life Insurance Policy?
I have dual power of attorney for my father. At this time there is no beneficiary on one of his life insurance policies an...Read more
Absolutely. Granting your daughter a power of attorney does not take away any of your rights or control. It just gives her the ability to step in and help out if you are ever incapacitated. You have the right to revoke the power of attorney at any time.
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