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There is no need to file the power(s) of attorney. They are effective even without being filed. Sometimes, people file them in case the originals get lost.
Typically, a power of attorney is only recorded in Washington DC, if it deals real estate. IF SO, then it is recorded with the office of the Recorder of Deeds. Otherwise, there is really no need for it to be recorded unless you feel that the originals may be lost.
The recording may be done by simply sending in the POA plus a small fee, or, stopping by their location:
***** SW, Suite 270 West, Washington, DC 20024
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