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    Default Can You Change Your Attorney-in-Fact Without Executing a New Power of Attorney

    My question involves a power of attorney in the state of: CA
    Is there anyway to change the person you name as your agent in the POA without having to get the whole thing done over?
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    Default Re: Poas

    changing the name of the agent would be doing the whole thing over.

    also note: if the most recent POA does not include language that rescinds any prior POA's, the first one will remain in effect as well. Make sure you terminated the first POA unless you want multiple agents.

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