I need a power of attorney, but I can't afford a lawyer, what can I do?

I have a sister who is disabled. My mother was her care giver, but she passed away. I am now her caregiver, so I need a Power of Attorney, but I can't afford for a lawyer. What can I do?
mrspinky
Asked Dec 13, 2009
Edited Dec 13, 2009
try a legal aid service in your local area.. they either can help you or give you good advice on where to find one at..
christine23
Answered Dec 13, 2009
You don't need a lawyer.You can print POA papers off of your computer.
Your sister must be able to sign the papers in front of 2 witnesses & it must be notorized. The signature doesn't really even have to be legible, as long as someone witnessed her signing it.
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Answered Feb 06, 2010
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hawkinsnicholas
Answered Nov 30, 2016
Attempt a lawful guide benefit in your neighborhood.. they either can help you or give you a word of wisdom on where to discover one at..

https://prestonandassociates.com.au/
prestonassociat
Answered Dec 15, 2017
you can get your GPA done online, for more info click on the link below

http://www.notarykart.com/general-power-of-attorney.php
swaroop
Answered Dec 20, 2017
Edited Dec 20, 2017
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cflamira
Answered Sep 30, 2019

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