A highly durable power of attorney is actually a document designers an individual act on behalf of the principal in his or her name even if the principal becomes incapacitated. The individual who is granting a complete authority to someone else to act in his of her behalf is called the principal.
The attorney is entitled to act on behalf of the principal in his or her name quickly after the document is signed in a proper way. They durable power of attorney in California in fact also continues to work on behalf of the principal in his or her name until the principal die or the document is fully revoked by the principal.
So, if the principal becomes fully incapacitated and also someone legally requested the court to determine the principal’s incapacity, then the attorney authority to continue to act on behalf of the principal would be suspended until the court made a final and complete determination of also if the request is dismissed or withdrawn.
Durable power of attorney in California can’t give the attorney-in-fact the authority to sign or vote a last will and testament form on behalf of the principal. Before you hire such attorney, you should first explore complete details about such attorney and then make decision on this basis.