Arizona Durable Power of Attorney Form

An Arizona durable power of attorney authorizes an agent to perform financial transactions for someone else. The form gives the agent permission to handle tasks that the principal could otherwise do themselves, like selling property and managing investments. Because the form is durable, it won’t terminate if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Arizona Durable Power of Attorney Form

An Arizona durable power of attorney authorizes an agent to perform financial transactions for someone else. The form gives the agent permission to handle tasks that the principal could otherwise do themselves, like selling property and managing investments. Because the form is durable, it won’t terminate if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Last updated April 11th, 2024

An Arizona durable power of attorney authorizes an agent to perform financial transactions for someone else. The form gives the agent permission to handle tasks that the principal could otherwise do themselves, like selling property and managing investments. Because the form is durable, it won’t terminate if the principal becomes incapacitated.

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Signing Requirements

A power of attorney must be signed in the presence of a notary public and one witness who is neither the agent, the agent’s spouse, the agent’s children, or the notary public.[1]

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Arizona Durable Financial Power Of Attorney

Legal Definition

A durable power of attorney is a written instrument by which a principal designates another person as the principal’s agent.[2]