Idaho Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form

An Idaho statutory durable power of attorney is drafted by an individual to authorize someone else to perform financial transactions on their behalf. This document takes effect as soon as it is executed (unless otherwise stated) and remains valid until the principal’s death. The “durable” aspect of the form means that it stays effective in the event the principal becomes incapacitated.

Idaho Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form

An Idaho statutory durable power of attorney is drafted by an individual to authorize someone else to perform financial transactions on their behalf. This document takes effect as soon as it is executed (unless otherwise stated) and remains valid until the principal’s death. The “durable” aspect of the form means that it stays effective in the event the principal becomes incapacitated.

Last updated April 22nd, 2024

An Idaho statutory durable power of attorney is drafted by an individual to authorize someone else to perform financial transactions on their behalf. This document takes effect as soon as it is executed (unless otherwise stated) and remains valid until the principal’s death. The “durable” aspect of the form means that it stays effective in the event the principal becomes incapacitated.

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Signing Requirements

While not explicitly required by Idaho law, it’s highly recommended that the power of attorney be notarized.[1] In fact, banks and other institutions may not accept the POA if it’s not notarized.

  • Real Estate Transactions – The power of attorney must be notarized if the agent receives permission to handle real estate transactions.[2]

Legal Definition

“Durable” with respect to a power of attorney means not terminated by the principal’s incapacity.[3]