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Can you get a power of attorney notarized in New York without the grantor present?

Due to new safeguards instituted by the New York State Legislature after reports of abuse of fiduciary power, all powers of attorney executed as of September, 2010 must be signed by both the principal (individual granting enumerated powers) and the agent (fiduciary receiving powers) in the presence of a Notary Public. Prior to these changes, Read on…