An Idaho limited power of attorney is a form that allows an individual to assign an agent with the responsibility of managing part of their personal affairs. The creator of the form (the “principal”) must state the specific task(s) they want their agent to handle. This could be a one-time responsibility like signing a lease, or a recurring task like depositing checks on a weekly basis. Depending on how the form is constructed, the agent’s power may terminate on a chosen date or immediately after their duties are complete. The principal should be aware that this power of attorney becomes ineffective in the event of their future incapacity or death.
Signing Requirements (§ 15-12-105) – Notary Public