Property powers of attorney are needlessly dangerous
Trusts and Estates
, April 2017
Illinois jurisprudence automatically attaches a fiduciary relationship between principal and nominated agent at the execution of the Property Power of Attorney instrument, regardless of whether the agent has accepted the appointment.
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