3 thoughts on “Power of Attorney Can a pov overide a will?

  1. Re: Power of Attorney
    No. A POV ends with the death of the maker. Then the will takes over.

    Peter Bradie
    Bradie, Bradie & Bradie
    6606 FM 1488, Suite 148-363
    Magnolia, TX 77354-2544

  2. Re: Power of Attorney
    No, Consult the attorney/lawyer

    rajeshwar sharma
    chamber no-65, civil wing, tis hazari courts, delhi-110054
    Delhi, NU 110005

  3. Re: Power of Attorney
    If you are talking about a POA which is a Power of Attorney – it can be used during the testator’s lifetime to do anything granted in the power. Once the testator dies, the power dies with him or her and the will would govern what is in the estate.

    Cheryl Rivera Smith
    The Smith Law Firm
    11660 Creek Point Drive
    Frisco, TX 75035-8278

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