Senator Diane Feinstein is the oldest member of Congress. She has faced some serious health problems in the past year which caused her absence from the Senate for a number of months. There are reports that she gave her daughter, Katherine Feinstein, power of attorney. Her daughter, as her agent, subsequently filed a lawsuit against the trustees of the estate of Senator Feinstein’s late husband alleging elder financial abuse.
Why would a sitting member of Congress need to have an agent? Is this a sign that she cannot manage her own finances? What is a financial power of attorney?
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By: Dominique Braggs
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