In most cases, state laws usually have provisions that recognize a valid durable power of attorney that was created in another state. In rare occasions there may be some powers that do not transfer or require additional formalities in order to be valid in another state. If you are moving, it is worthwhile inquiring about your durable power of attorney or drawing up a new durable power of attorney for your new state.
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