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Hi, this is Travis Walker with The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker.

One of the questions we often get asked is “how can we get a power of attorney for a person?”

Our office can draft the power of attorney, send it over, make it consistent with the wishes of the person who is giving the power, and then set up a signing ceremony and the witnesses and notarizations that are required in order to effectuate that power of attorney. Power of attorneys in Florida used to be “springing power of attorneys” but, based on the moment of incapacity, that is no longer the case. The power of attorney is an important tool to take care of friends and loved ones.