That marriage partners can represent each other seems obvious. However, the legal situation differs. Legal transactions for adults may only be carried out by other persons if a valid power of attorney is available. Spouses, relatives and family members are not exempt from this.
If, therefore, no valid power of attorney is present, the supervisory court shall appoint a supervisor on its own request or on its own initiative.
The only solution is to grant power of attorney in time. For „the care is not necessary, as far as the affairs of the person can be worried by a plenipotentiary“
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