Can I appoint more than one person to be my Attorney

Yes.  You can appoint more than one person and if you do, you can specify that they must all sign each document or that they can act individually. You can direct that they must act together in some decisions, such as selling your house or dealing with sums of money or assets above a specified value, but can act individually in others.  You can also appoint someone to act as a replacement if your Attorney dies or is unable to act. 

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