Maine Durable Power of Attorney Form

A Maine durable power of attorney allows an individual to appoint an agent to represent them and perform financial assignments on their behalf. The agent can perform tasks such as banking, property transfers, investments and estate management, taxes, and other financial affairs. If the principal is incapacitated, the powers granted to the agent remain in effect.

Maine Durable Power of Attorney Form

A Maine durable power of attorney allows an individual to appoint an agent to represent them and perform financial assignments on their behalf. The agent can perform tasks such as banking, property transfers, investments and estate management, taxes, and other financial affairs. If the principal is incapacitated, the powers granted to the agent remain in effect.

Last updated May 6th, 2024

A Maine durable power of attorney allows an individual to appoint an agent to represent them and perform financial assignments on their behalf. The agent can perform tasks such as banking, property transfers, investments and estate management, taxes, and other financial affairs. If the principal is incapacitated, the powers granted to the agent remain in effect.

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Signing Requirements

A Maine durable power of attorney must be signed by the principal in front of a notary public.[1]

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Maine Durable Financial Power Of Attorney

Legal Definition

“Durable,” with respect to a power of attorney, means not terminated by the principal’s incapacity.[2]