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Durable power of attorney

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Description of Durable power of attorney

Durable power of attorney: DPA. A document that gives a person (such as a relative, lawyer, or friend) the authority to make legal or financial decisions for another person. It may become active immediately, or when that person loses the ability to make decisions for himself or herself, depending on how it is written.
Source: National Institute of Health

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