Parental Delegations of Power | Boulder Parental Delegations Attorney
A parental delegation of power pursuant to C.R.S. § 15-14-105 is a special power of attorney granted by a parent to a nonparent for a given period of time so that the attorney-in-fact (the nonparent) may take actions on behalf of the child that would otherwise not be allowed, such as decision concerning medical and dental care for the health and well being of the child. Parental delegations of power can be useful tools even when the period of time in which the parent is leaving their child is very short (hours or days), but as with any legal document, it is very important to know what you are doing. If you have any questions or concerns regarding parental delegations of power, speak to an estate planning lawyer who can advise you as to your rights and responsibilities.
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