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Power of Attorney in Living Trust

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In New Mexico,can there be more than one power of attorney in a Living Trust?If one Power of Attorney how much power do they have,even when trust states to be split 50/50 between 2 siblings?


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A Living Trust dos nothave a Power of Attorney -- the Trustee(s) exercise the power. There can be 1 or more trustees, and depending on how the trust is drawn, one or both would have to sign.

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