Attorney-In-Fact

Attorney-In-Fact

by Richard C. Wilson & Family Offices Group Association Team

Family Office Definition: Attorney-In-Fact

Attorney-In-Fact definition:  The person chosen to act on your behalf in a durable power of attorney document is called the attorney-in-fact. For example, this person can make gifts, sell property, or establish trusts on your behalf.

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