Yes; as long as you are mentally capable, you have the ultimate say on how your affairs are handled. It is your decision as to when the durable power of attorney comes into force, and it is your right to change or revoke it as you see fit. Your agent should follow your wishes and instructions, and it is important that you are not forced or unduly influenced into making decisions. It is important that you are happy and feel comfortable with how your affairs are being handled and how decisions are being made.
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