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    Feb 7, 2012, 11:01 AM
    ?My mother die without a will, before she die I was her durable power of attorney
    My mother die without a will,but I was her durable power of attorney for financial mamngement.can I still manager her estate?

    Can you explain this line in the durable power of attorney for me as follows:


    Nature of power: this is a durable power of attorney and the authority of my attorney -in -fact shall not terinate if I become disabled or incapacitated or in the event of later uncertainty as to weather I am dead or alive!
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    Feb 7, 2012, 11:22 AM
    Durable power of attorney ended when your mother died.

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