§3877. Estate, trust, and other beneficiary transactions; powers granted
In a military power of attorney, the language granting power with respect to estate, trust, and other beneficiary transactions, empowers the agent to act for the principal in all matters that affect a trust, probate estate, guardianship, conservatorship, escrow, custodianship, or other fund from which the principal is, may become, or claims to be entitled, as a beneficiary, to a share of payment, including the power to do all of the following:
(1) Accept, reject, disclaim, receive, receipt for, sell, assign, release, pledge, exchange, or consent to a reduction in or modification of a share in or payment from the fund.
(2) Demand or obtain by litigation or otherwise money or other thing of value to which the principal is, may become, or claims to be entitled by reason of the fund.
(3) Initiate, participate in, and oppose litigation to ascertain the meaning, validity, or effect of a deed, will, declaration of trust, or other instrument or transaction affecting the interest of the principal.
(4) Initiate, participate in, and oppose litigation to remove, substitute, or surcharge a fiduciary.
(5) Conserve, invest, disburse, and use anything received for an authorized purpose.
(6) Transfer an interest of the principal in real or immovable property, stocks, bonds, accounts with financial institutions, insurance, and other property, to the trustee of a revocable trust created by the principal as settlor.
Acts 1991 1st E.S., No. 5, §1, eff. April 17, 1991; Acts 1995, No. 1131, §1.