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Question regarding Power of Attorney: I am an Administrator

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Question regarding Power of Attorney:
I am an Administrator for an estate in California. The deceased was domiciled in California and passed intestate. I also live in California. The estate has been settled and distributed with the exception of a Barclays Checking Account which is held in England. The English checking account was not included in the estate administration as it could only be assigned to a direct family member without excessive death taxes and English legal interactions. An adult grandson of the deceased (residing in Washington State) has been interacting with London Tribunal Services in attempt to bring this to conclusion (the banking account funds had moved to that environment because Barclays Bank was a moving target in getting an answer for resolution). The English court now requires that I (as administrator) assign power of attorney to the grandson to allow his actions to receive the monies. I am happy to do that, but don't know if the notarized POA needs to be executed in California (where I live) or Washington State (where he lives). What's the call?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  Loren replied 1 year ago.
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Notarization is determined by the place where the document is signed by the person whose signature is being notarized. If it is signed in Washington then that is where it is notarized.
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Expert:  Loren replied 1 year ago.
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