Updated on August 18th, 2022
An Arkansas minor (child) power of attorney allows the parent or guardian of a minor to appoint an agent to be the minor’s temporary caregiver. This is often used if the child’s primary caregiver will be absent for an extended period of time for reasons such as active military duty or incarceration. This power of attorney grants the agent the ability to perform all parental duties that may be required. The parent/guardian may choose to provide a date of revocation in the appropriate space of the form. However, the parent/guardian can revoke the power of attorney at any time regardless of the existence of a termination date.
Laws – § 28-68-213
Signing Requirements (§ 28-68-105) – Notary Public