This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Connecticut according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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A Connecticut power of attorney is a legal form that provides a third party the power to make decisions on your behalf. As an estate planning document, a power of attorney enables you to make sure that your voice is heard in the event that you become incompetent. You also have peace of mind that your attorney in fact can make decisions regarding your medical care, end of life, personal property, and finances. Because there are several types of POAs in Connecticut, you should make sure that you choose the one that best matches your needs. Some power of attorney documents may be revoked while others may not. Your Connecticut power of attorney should be properly witnessed and notarized to ensure that it is legally enforceable.