The bill would have repealed and replaced Georgia’s Power of Attorney for the Care of a Minor Child Act. The category of people who could be given power of attorney for the care of a minor child would have expanded from only grandparents and great-grandparents to a broad category of the child’s relatives, and anyone associated with a non-profit organization focused on child or family services or a licensed child-placing agency.
Roma A. Amin & Catherine V. Schutz,
HB 359 - Power of Attorney,
Ga. St. U. L. Rev.
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