What is a difference between Powers of Attorney and Enduring Powers of Attorney?

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The main difference between Powers of Attorney (POA) and Enduring Powers of Attorney (EPOA) is that Enduring power is effective even after losing mental capacity. Powers of Attorney is a document that you can sign the appointment of another person to work for you in connection with your financial matters. The Enduring Powers of Attorney will clearly tell you to continue this even if you lose mental capacity. At any time, Powers of Attorney can be cancelled.

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