A person who holds Power of Attorney for someone else has a legal duty to act in the best interests of their Principal (the person who gave the power). This duty can be summed up in a few words: He or she must act in good faith in handling the money and assets of the Principal. This means that the person holding the power (the Attorney-in-Fact) must always intend to serve the Principal's interests, rather than their own personal interests, when they are exercising the Power of Attorney. more...
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there is new information available. Please visit the Kentucky civil legal aid program in your area to learn more.
Hay nueva información disponible debido a la pandemia de Covid-19. Puede visitar su oficina de asistencia legal local de Kentucky para obtener más información.
- AppalRed (South and Southeastern Kentucky): https://www.ardfky.org/node/333
- Legal Aid of the Bluegrass (North, Northeastern, and Central Kentucky): https://lablaw.org/covid19
- Legal Aid Society (Louisville and surrounding counties): https://www.yourlegalaid.org/covid19responseandresources
- Kentucky Legal Aid (Western and Southwestern Kentucky): https://www.klaid.org/covid-19-legal-update