Illinois Limited Power of Attorney
A Limited Power of Attorney allows someone (known as an attorney in fact) to act in your stead for a specific purpose or purposes, such as to purchase a specific property, execute a certain property, or operate a particular business. Thus, the limited power of attorney, as its name implies, restricts the actions of the attorney in fact to a particular chosen purpose. Some parties may have policies where they only accept a special power of attorney because it is drawn for a specific purpose and may be considered to be a more reliable measure of the actual intent. Let us prepare this important document for you for $167.95.
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