North Carolina recently changed the statutes the involved regarding Power of Attorney, repealing the forms and replacing them with new ones. What does this mean for people who already have a Power of Attorney paperwork completed and notarized?
First, you should always consult a lawyer to know specifics for you situation. Most times the state will allow for previous forms to be grandfathered in, but not always. This is why it is important to talk to an attorney about your situation.