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Question for the Rico-lawyers. If I give a lawyer a Power of Attorney to handle some matter for me, is it not incumbent on him/her/they/ze to perform up to certain standards? Can the attorney sign papers on my behalf without reading them without breaching their duty to me? Seems obvious to this layman that that […]
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