This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Illinois according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Illinois, a power of attorney is a legal document that you can use for care planning. In the event that you are unable to make decisions for yourself either because of diminished mental capacity or a physical impairment, a power of attorney names a third party to make those decisions or to ensure that your wishes are fulfilled. Your attorney in fact will act on your stated wishes related to medical care (including end of life decisions), personal property, and finances. Since an Illinois POA is legally binding, it is important that you choose someone that you trust as your attorney in fact. There are several types of power of attorney documents. Some are revokable and some are not. It is important that you choose the one that will best suit your needs. You should also make sure that your power of attorney is signed by witnesses as well as notarized.