In years past, courts would only grant a divorce if there was evidence of fault in the marriage. Over many years divorce became easier to obtain. Now, no-fault divorce exists in all states, which means that in almost all cases the courts will grant a divorce.
In powers of attorney the PRINCIPAL (the person who executes the document) grants their ATTORNEY(S)-IN-FACT (the person(s) given the power) the legal right to execute financial transactions on behalf of the principal. “Attorney-in-fact” is a term of art. The attorney-in-fact is not necessarily an attorney-at-law and does NOT have to be a lawyer.