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Should you become incapacitated, a power of attorney allows you to appoint an agent to control your property on your behalf. Delaware law lists certain powers that you can give to your agent. With a power of attorney, you can choose which powers you want to give to your agent. Parkway can provide guidance as to what each power entails and can help you create a power of attorney that gives your agent the level of control you desire.