Q: I'm a trustee and durable poa of my aunt's trust it's a revokable trust she wants her house to go into a irrevocable
She's become in capicated can I do this for her
A: It makes perfect sense what she wants to do, but whether you can arrange it depends on the wording of the POA. In some states, this would be considered a "gift" and gifting authority has to be specifically stated in the POA. Use the "Find a Lawyer" button above to find an estate planning or elder law attorney in your area to review the POA for you and to help you draft the irrevocable trust if it turns out you do have the authority.
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