As of July 1, 2017, Georgia has a new Uniform Power of Attorney Act (“UPOAA”) which applies to all Power of Attorney (“POA”) documents executed on or after this date.

This presentation will first review the basics of these new rules, including both the good and the bad. Second, it will cover your POA form options in light of these new rules. Lastly, it will cover drafting issues if you choose to utilize POA documents for your clients that substantially reflect the language in the statutory form under O.C.G.A. Section 10-6B-70.

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Richard Morgan Talks UPOAA with ElderCounsel Georgia
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Presenter: Richard M. Morgan, Esq.

Duration: 57 minutes

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