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Power of Attorney for my daughter?

My daughter is 17 and is moving 6 hours away to go to college with her childhood friend who is 18. They grew up together, I trust them both. She's taking 21 units in the spring but has modeled her whole life so has decided she want's to keep modeling in order to make money part time versus getting a real job (which is almost impossible). The thing is is that she will be too far away for me to sign model release forms and other things and I trust her friend who is like my daughter (who so far has been the one to go with her to almost every show/fitting/shoot besides me since she's started and has a good head on her shoulders) so I would like to somehow give her the ability to sign for me. Is this possible through power of attorney? Just till she's 18 which is in less than 8 months. We don't want to go through the process of emancipation, it doesn't seem worth it or logical for this situation. Thanks for the help. Happy holidays!

Asked By: Traelee - 12/24/2010
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Just fill one out and have it notarized... More
Answered By: REBEL ROUSER - 12/24/2010
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its about as much trouble for 1 as the other. This would ba a partial emancipation.
Answered By: John J. S - 12/24/2010
 
As much as you love her friend. you still need to make sure things are done safely and legally, she is only 6 hours away and what ever your daughter does in modeling won't be where she has to have something signed right then and there.. it could wait until you drive out..
Answered By: LadyCatherine - 12/24/2010
 
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