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Washington General Durable Power of Attorney RCW 11.125 ET SEQ.

The primary purpose in granting this Durable Power of Attorney is to appoint an Agent to
Act in your place with respect to all financial and health care needs should you become disabled or incapacitated. Accordingly, the Agent shall have all powers as are necessary or desirable to make decisions on your behalf for your best interests in accordance with the Uniform Power of Attorney Act, RCW 11.125 et seq.

This Power of Attorney revokes any and all previous Powers of Attorney.
Appoints a Primary Agent and Alternate Agent if needed.

Termination:
As long as you have capacity, you may revoke this Power of Attorney by written notice to your Agent and, if this Durable Power of Attorney is recorded, by recording the same written notice of revocation in the county office where deeds are recorded. Otherwise, this Durable Power of Attorney shall terminate upon your death in all respects, other than the disposition of your remains as authorized under RCW 68.50.160.

Applicable Law:
The laws of the State of Washington shall govern this Power of Attorney.

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Deeds.com Washington General Durable Power of Attorney RCW 11.125 ET SEQ. Forms Have Been Updated as Recently as Tuesday November 19, 2019

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