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I'm a little confused because Powers of Attorney are only granted by the person, they aren't "assigned" by a court. A court can assign an Attorney ad Litem or a Guardian ad Litem but not really a Power of Attorney.
Who told you that a Power of Attorney had been assigned a Power of Attorney?
My guess is that they are getting the terms confused. The assignment of anyone, in this case almost certainly an ad litem, it will be public record.
You can try the clerk of courts but many times they won't look it up for you, they will require you to come up there and look through the files.
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You're very welcome. That would be the place and then the file will probably be in the person's name.
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