On May 23 the Governor signed Public Act 141 of 2012 that affects the drafting and execution of Durable Powers of Attorney in Michigan, and the powers of the attorney-in-fact designated therein. The Act further requires the agent-in-fact to execute a written acknowledgment of responsibilities before exercising authority under the Durable Power of Attorney.
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