Alabama Durable Power of Attorney Effective Immediately
Sometimes it is necessary for a person (called the Grantor or Principal) to grant another person the power to act on his or her behalf. A Power of Attorney is the legal document used to grant this type of power. Depending on the situation the Principal might want the Power of Attorney to take effect immediately and to remain in effect even upon disability or incapacity of the Grantor.
A Durable Power of Attorney Effective Immediately should always be in writing and will allow the Grantor to authorize another individual (called the Agent or Attorney-in-fact) to make decisions and act on their behalf. Furthermore, the Durable Power of Attorney document will take effect as soon as it is signed and will remain in full force and effect even if the Grantor later becomes disabled or incapacitated.
The word "attorney" is not used here to mean "lawyer". The person acting as the Attorney-In-Fact for the Principal does not need to be a lawyer. Almost anyone can be appointed an Attorney-In-Fact by a power of attorney. A Power of Attorney can always be revoked.
These are just some of the important provisions included in this Alabama Durable Power of Attorney Effective Immediately:
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