SproutWhy do you need the gov't to do that for you?Mon Jun 25, 2012 11:58am18.104.22.168You don't need an entire gov't for htat. Just one single attorney. And probably not even that. You can to on the INTERNET and pull up a "power of attorney" form, fill it out, get it notarized locally, and you are done.
Certainly it is a legal document. But why do you need the Gov't to issue it?
As to the division of property/assets when a couple separates, that sounds to me like something that can be put in the original contract... Again, why do you need the Gov't to define YOUR contract?
- What about Ken C, Mon Jun 25 11:38amthe legal authority to handle each others affairs when one is in the hospital? Maybe that's not really a special privilege like the tax breaks, but it would be a reason for people to get the legal... more
- Why do you need the gov't to do that for you? Sprout, Mon Jun 25 11:58am
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