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    jdipizins is offline Junior Member
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    How do I relinquish P.O.A.?

    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? NY
    I am a joint POA for my Mom. Sister and I can act independently on the POA but things are happening that I want no part of. How do I relinquish my POA? Do I need a lawyer for this? Can I do this on my own? What do I file and with whom? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdipizins View Post
    What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? NY
    I am a joint POA for my Mom. Sister and I can act independently on the POA but things are happening that I want no part of. How do I relinquish my POA? Do I need a lawyer for this? Can I do this on my own? What do I file and with whom? Thanks!
    Just stop acting under the authority of the PoA...just being named PoA doesn't obligate you to anything unless you have already taken actions which would create a fiduciary duty...

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