Powers-of-Attorney are complex legal documents used to transact
business with your credit union on a daily basis. If not handled
properly, they can expose your credit union to significant liability and
risk. This webinar will explain everything that you need to know about
accepting powers-of-attorney on deposit accounts, including the more
difficult situations involving joint account owners, multiple
attorneys-in-fact, misconduct by an attorney-in-fact, and death of the
principal. Learn the steps your credit union can take to reduce risk
when dealing with powers-of-attorney.
Various types of power-of-attorney documents – durable,
springing, limited, military, etc.
Difference between a power-of-attorney and a Social Security
Difference between a power-of-attorney and an authorized signer or