A Power of Attorney allows you to chose a person to act for you when you cannot or do not want to. You are called the Donor or more rarely grantor as you are giving the power to the Attorney. The Attorney then steps into your shoes and acts as if they were you.
They must always act in your best interests and so long as you have the mental capacity, then you can revoke the power and end their right to act for you at any time.
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