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Hello my name is Ross and I can help with this matter.
I understand your situation. Can you tell me what your question is specifically please. Thank you.
Thank you. This is actually quite easy. You can appoint all of the siblings as attorney's or just one of you. Or alternatively, you can appoint someone as the primary attorney and another sibling as a secondary attorney. If you appoint all of the siblings as equal attorney's then you will all have the same power so one person can't make decisions over the others. The best way to go about this is to all go to the lawyer who is going to write the Power of Attorney and he will go through who would have what power in detail so that everyone is fully informed when the document is written. It will be up to all of you how you want appoint the attorney's but that is a decision you will have to come together.
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