Non-Durable Power of Attorney

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A Non-Durable Power of Attorney  is most commonly used for temporary or specific transactions in which the adult is not able to participate, for whatever reason. Such transactions may be the cashing of stocks, banking services, selling or buying real estate or even to seek medical attention, on behalf of the adult, for a child. The Non-Durable Power of Attorney differs from the Durable Power of Attorney, and Springing Power of Attorney, in that the agreement is specific and attached to a limited transaction period