Powers of Attorney

What is a Power of Attorney? What does "durable" mean? When does the Power of Attorney start to work?
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Connecticut Long Term Care Ombudsman Program protects and promotes the rights and quality of life for residents of skilled nursing facilities, residential care homes and managed residential care communities (also known as assisted living...
Connecticut Public Act (Sections 1-2 & 18-21) regarding Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney.
Last updated: October 2016This link is to the SHORT form. If you wish to use the LONG Form please see the FAQ section. The LONG Form is much more complex and should be used cautiously and ideally with the advice of an attorney.The new CT...
Last updated: October 2016Connecticut law does not automatically revoke an old power of attorney when you sign a new one. A power of attorney has no effect until you give it to your agent or you give it to a bank or any other...