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Question: what if medical problems prohibit the individual from signing a Poa.

Answer: If the principal (the person granting the authority) is unable to sign the General Power of Attorney Application, he or she may direct another person to sign for him or her if the person signing is in the conscious presence of the principal. (Arizona Revised Statute 14-5501 (D) (2)).

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