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Using Powers of Attorney in Colorado

Powers of attorney allow you to appoint someone else to help control your money and property. Powers of attorney can be very useful but they can be risky if you don't understand the rights of control that you are transferring. This booklet describes the various types of powers of attorney and when and why they are used.
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