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Power of attorney? Having someone else go to arb for someone?


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In my humble opinion, no. Power of attorney (there are two kinds) is designed to give someone control over your affairs......financial mostly. Usually these are used when the person is either incapacitated or not presently living in the country. They are NOT designed to allow you to circumvent the laws concerning the unauthorized practice of law. If you are not an attorney, you cannot represent someone in court.

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