3- What does it mean to give power of attorney to a lawyer?

Giving power of attorney to a lawyer means giving authority to your lawyer to perform legal actions on your behalf. For example, your lawyer can file a lawsuit, make an agreement, sign a document, or obtain information related to you. To give power of attorney to a lawyer, you need to sign a document called a power of attorney and deliver it to your lawyer. The power of attorney should specify the subjects and duration of the authority you give to your lawyer. You can cancel the power of attorney at any time. Giving power of attorney to a lawyer does not mean that your lawyer can make decisions for you. Your lawyer should act in your best interests and communicate with you. Giving power of attorney to a lawyer is an important tool for your lawyer to provide you with the best service