A durable power of attorney can be invalidated if it is not properly executed or if the individual granting the power of attorney is no longer competent. Other factors that may invalidate a durable power of attorney include:
- Fraud or undue influence: If the durable power of attorney was executed as a result of fraud or undue influence, it may be considered invalid.
- Revocation: If the individual granting the power of attorney revokes it, the durable power of attorney is no longer valid.
- Inconsistency with other estate planning documents: If the durable power of attorney conflicts with other estate planning documents, such as a will or trust, it may be considered invalid.
At our estate planning law firm, we understand the importance of a properly executed durable power of attorney and the potential risks that can invalidate it. Our experienced lawyers will work with you to create a customized durable power of attorney that meets your individual needs and goals and ensures that it is executed properly to avoid invalidation.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about the potential risks of a durable power of attorney being invalidated. Our experienced lawyers will provide the guidance and support you need to protect your rights and make informed decisions about your future.