Durable Power of Attorney
As my mother’s durable POA, may I appoint a successor in case something happens to me?
The document reads:
…and in connection therewith to exercise general powers to do the following:
17. Successor Attorney in Fact:
To appoint a successor attorney in fact with general powers to act hereunder, including, the power to appoint a successor; and from time to time to delegate any powers and authorities under this Durable Power of Attorney.
Re: Durable Power of Attorney
You probably have the powers you propose. However, a thorough examination of the entire document would be needed to make a determination with any degree of certainty.
P.O. Box 2336
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063