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Powers of attorney are created in Florida so that somebody, a trusted fiduciary, will help somebody else or act for their benefit. Be careful if you see that person with the power of attorney taking property. They can’t do that. They can only transfer real property, change accounts, transfer money for the benefit of the person they’re protecting. If they’re taking property for themselves, their family members, their business associates, that’s a red flag and you need to investigate that right away.