On October 1, 2010, the Maryland General and Limited Power of Attorney Act became effective. This law provides for two statutory power of attorney forms – the statutory form Limited Power. of Attorney, and the Personal Financial Power of Attorney. In this week’s blog, we will discuss these forms and the Act in greater depth.
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