Fiduciary and POA rights

Discussion in 'Fiduciary questions' started by llwright, Jul 7, 2015.

  1. llwright

    llwright Newbie

    My husband is waiting to be appointed fiduciary. However there is a specific clause in the POA document that says he has been given permission to handle all military benefits as defined in the N.C. General Statutes. I sent them a copy of the document for their reference. If he already has the permission as POA wouldn't he be the fiduciary as well?

    "Benefits from Military Service. – To execute vouchers in the name of the principal for any and all allowances and reimbursements payable by the United States, or subdivision thereof, to the principal, arising from or based upon military service and to receive, to endorse and to collect the proceeds of any check payable to the order of the principal drawn on the treasurer or other fiscal officer or depository of the United States or subdivision thereof"
  2. vetadmin

    vetadmin Administrator Staff Member

    VA does not recognize POA. You will have to go through their process and interview.

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