Can a power of attorney be used for estate planning?

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Current Florida law does allow use of a broad, durable power of attorney to help your estate plan. Your power of attorney may not make a will for you, but may be granted trust powers and gift powers. Those are very helpful in planning your estate without using a will. They may also be helpful in the Medicaid eligibility context.

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