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You are legally entitled to name any competent adult (willing to serve) as your attorney in fact. What is your motivation for changing?
Thank you for the additional information and the clarification. I was under the impression from the question that you wanted to change your POA from your daughter to your brother.
In any event, you can name whomever you choose as your attorney-in-fact. Most commonly, married people name their spouse, but it is not required and you can name a sibling, if you want.
So, if your concern is the legality, you have nothing to worry about.
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