A power of attorney is a legal document where one person gives another person the authority to act on his or her behalf to handle the affairs while he or she is unavailable or physically or mentally unable to do so. A power of attorney may very broad, or it may be very limited and specific. There are four types of powers of attorney that the state of Florida recognize:
A declaration of healthcare surrogate is similar to a medical power of attorney, except for some differences that are very significant. For example:
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