What does a Power of Attorney used by a lawyer when representing someone in court look like?
1. I would like to know in depth what does it look like? If I go into a lawyer's office and pay him to represent me in court, I need to give a power of attorney. Now what does this look like?
2. I am sure under this circumstance, it wouldn't be a general power of attorney, but a specific power of attorney, am I right? That means if a lawyer is in court for you over a specific litigation, it would state in the power of attorney what sort of powers this lawyer have for you, am I right? Is there an example of what this power of attorney would look like? What are some common ones listed if this lawyer is only hired to do a specific law suit?
- ?Lv 77 年前最佳解答
A power of attorney looks like this: http://www.docstoc.com/docs/77574610/Free-Printabl...
But you don't use a power of attorney to hire a lawyer.
- garrytooLv 77 年前
It's a legal document stating you give your attorney legal rights to conduct business on your behalf.