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  06/25/13, 10:10 am
My father would like to set up a power of attorney with him as the principal and his kids (of which I am one) as agents. We have a logistical problem as it is unlikely we will get all his kids together to sign this document at one time. Do they all have to be there when it is executed? Does every agent have to have a notarized signature on it?
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Eric Gottfried Says:

Jun 25,2013 3:31 PM

We can assist you with the preparation of the power of attorney and the execution of the same. Please call Mark Lefkowicz, Esq. of my office for assistance. Tel #: 212-766-5665

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