If I give someone power of attorney, do I forfeit my own rights to make decisions?

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You absolutely maintain the right to make your own decisions, even though you have granted a durable power of attorney to someone else. Those documents are revocable at any time. However, one day you may not have the capacity to revoke that document and as a result it’s important to have an agent you trust in place.

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