Idaho Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Idaho limited power of attorney is a form that allows an individual to assign an agent with the responsibility of managing some of their financial affairs. The creator of the form (the “principal”) must state the specific tasks they want their agent to handle. The form will terminate after completion of these tasks, upon a certain date, or if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Idaho Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Idaho limited power of attorney is a form that allows an individual to assign an agent with the responsibility of managing some of their financial affairs. The creator of the form (the “principal”) must state the specific tasks they want their agent to handle. The form will terminate after completion of these tasks, upon a certain date, or if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Last updated May 14th, 2024

An Idaho limited power of attorney is a form that allows an individual to assign an agent with the responsibility of managing some of their financial affairs. The creator of the form (the “principal”) must state the specific tasks they want their agent to handle. The form will terminate after completion of these tasks, upon a certain date, or if the principal becomes incapacitated.

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Signing Requirements

State law doesn’t require notarization, but it’s recommended that the principal have their signature acknowledged by a notary public.[1] Many institutions do not accept powers of attorney that haven’t been notarized.

  • Real Estate Transactions – If the agent is authorized to handle real estate transfers, the power of attorney must be notarized.[2]

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Idaho Limited Power Of Attorney