What is the Power of Attorney’s Effect in a Will Contest Case?

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Attorney Jeffrey P. Coleman discusses the Power of Attorney legal document and how it may influence a will contest case. 

Video Transcript: The power of attorney might be important evidence in a will contest case. For instance, if someone who would not normally be an appropriate person to have a power of attorney, they may have used the power of attorney in a way that would support undue influence. However, it should be understood that a power of attorney terminates upon the death of the person that signed that power of attorney.

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