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What happens to a durable power of attorney when ...

What happens to a durable power of attorney when the person dies? I am speaking of the person that you have durable power of attorney over? Do you have any more say over that person's affairs or does the will go into affect?

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The death of the principal terminates the power of attorney form and the probate process begins. I'm sorry for your loss.

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