Nevada Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form

Nevada statutory durable power of attorney entrusts the management of a person’s financial affairs to an authorized representative. The representative has a duty to act in the principal’s best interests, and their authorization continues even in the event the principal is incapable of making their own decisions.

Nevada Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form

Nevada statutory durable power of attorney entrusts the management of a person’s financial affairs to an authorized representative. The representative has a duty to act in the principal’s best interests, and their authorization continues even in the event the principal is incapable of making their own decisions.

Last updated May 6th, 2024

Nevada statutory durable power of attorney entrusts the management of a person’s financial affairs to an authorized representative. The representative has a duty to act in the principal’s best interests, and their authorization continues even in the event the principal is incapable of making their own decisions.

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Signing Requirements

It is recommended that a notary public acknowledge the principal’s signature on a durable POA. This isn’t a legal requirement, but the document may not be accepted by some institutions if it isn’t notarized.[1]

Legal Definition

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