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||[Aug. 19th, 2015|05:48 pm]
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I want to resign as the agent for someone on their durable Powers of Attorney. He has a health care one and a general one. So I found this form statement:|
I, NAME, of ADDRESS, having been appointed as attorney-in-fact by the principal, NAME, of ADDRESS, under a durable power of attorney dated DATE, hereby resign my position.
For the legal beagles out there, will that be enough? Of course I'll have to sign the standard POA in front of a notary and then file it with the county, and take a copy of the health care POA to the hospital so they know I have no interest in any situation he finds himself in.
Another question: my son is listed as an agent if I resign. I have the resignation forms written up for him, the same as above, but does he have to sign them in this county, or can he sign them in his county of residence (which is different) and then mail them back to me to be recorded? (In the state of Georgia, durable POAs have to be recorded with the county clerk.) Or does he have it recorded in his county of residence?
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