Colorado General Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado general power of attorney allows an individual to authorize another person to make decisions concerning the principal’s finances and property. The form allows the individual to indicate what authorities the agent will have and under when those powers come into effect.

Colorado General Power of Attorney Form

A Colorado general power of attorney allows an individual to authorize another person to make decisions concerning the principal’s finances and property. The form allows the individual to indicate what authorities the agent will have and under when those powers come into effect.

Last updated May 15th, 2024

A Colorado general power of attorney allows an individual to authorize another person to make decisions concerning the principal’s finances and property. The form allows the individual to indicate what authorities the agent will have and under when those powers come into effect.

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Signing Requirements

The principal must sign the power of attorney.[1]

Notarization is recommended in all cases but only legally required if the agent is carrying out real estate transactions for the principal

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Colorado General Financial Power Of Attorney

Sources

  1. § 15-14-705