New Mexico Durable Power of Attorney Form

A New Mexico durable power of attorney allows an individual to authorize an agent to act on their behalf and represent them in their financial affairs. The financial powers may be limited or all-encompassing and typically involve maintenance of the principal’s real estate, investments, bank accounts, trusts and family interests, and taxes.

New Mexico Durable Power of Attorney Form

A New Mexico durable power of attorney allows an individual to authorize an agent to act on their behalf and represent them in their financial affairs. The financial powers may be limited or all-encompassing and typically involve maintenance of the principal’s real estate, investments, bank accounts, trusts and family interests, and taxes.

Last updated May 6th, 2024

A New Mexico durable power of attorney allows an individual to authorize an agent to act on their behalf and represent them in their financial affairs. The financial powers may be limited or all-encompassing and typically involve maintenance of the principal’s real estate, investments, bank accounts, trusts and family interests, and taxes.

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Signing Requirements

Signatures on durable powers of attorney may need to be acknowledged by a notary public in order to be accepted by certain institutions, but it is not a legal requirement.[1]

Legal Definition

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