Your Legal Daily Minimum Requirements

February 2007
Soldiers;Feb2007, Vol. 62 Issue 2, p46
The article presents information on the basic legal issues that every U.S. soldier must attend to before he deploys. It recommends that each must have a general power of attorney (POA), a medical health care POA, a living will and a last will and testament. It explains that a POA is the generic name for the document that appoints a person to act for another person.


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