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I am going thru a Divorce ( sperated for 3 years), my

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Hi
i am going thru a Divorce ( sperated for 3 years)
, my daughter has learning disability and now the Social services are asking for a joint power of attorney to be set up for her health and welfare...is this common practice? my daughter is 20 years old.
please help?
Thanks
Raj
Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Law
Expert:  Clare replied 9 months ago.

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Yes this is standard practise - designed to protect your adult daughter

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