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Minnesota Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form

Minnesota minor (child) power of attorney gives an individual the authority to temporarily care for a child of another parent/guardian when necessary. This form is known as a delegation of parental authority, and it is often executed when a parent or guardian is at risk of deportation, away on business, on military duty, or incarcerated. This delegation of parental powers can be valid for a period of up to one (1) year if executed by a parent, legal custodian, or nonprofessional guardian of a minor. If the power of attorney is executed by a professional guardian of a minor, this delegation may not exceed a period of thirty (30) days.

  • Laws – § 524.5-211
  • Signing requirements (§ 523.01) – Notary Public
  • Expiration (§ 524.5-211(a)(b)) – One (1) year if a parent or nonprofessional guardian, thirty (30) days if a professional guardian