A Colorado limited power of attorney is a form that grants an agent the authority to perform specific tasks on behalf of the document’s creator. With a limited power of attorney, the agent’s decision-making capabilities are restricted by the conditions set forth by the principal (the person creating the document). The principal establishes these limitations by specifying the agent’s duties and the duration of the document’s validity. It is possible for the form to terminate on a chosen date or when the agent completes their appointed tasks. In all circumstances, the document becomes void if the principal dies or loses their ability to make competent decisions.
Signing Requirements (§ 15-14-705) – Notary Public