Updated on October 27th, 2021
A Montana limited power of attorney is a document that grants an agent specific powers to act on behalf of the principal for a limited term. By appointing an agent, the principal can have specified legal and financial tasks completed without their physical presence. The most common purpose for a limited power of attorneys is to give a financial agent the ability to make investments, move funds, make payments, and carry out any other financial assignments the principal requires. The power of attorney will terminate once its purpose is fulfilled, its expiration date is reached, or the principal revokes it with a signed document.
Signing Requirements (§ 72-31-305) – Notary Public