Oklahoma General Power of Attorney Form

An Oklahoma general power of attorney is a document a person uses to appoint an agent to handle their financial affairs. This agent, or attorney-in-fact, can act on behalf of the principal until the principal becomes incapacitated, at which point the POA is revoked. If the principal would like the agent’s powers to continue, a durable POA should be used instead.

Oklahoma General Power of Attorney Form

An Oklahoma general power of attorney is a document a person uses to appoint an agent to handle their financial affairs. This agent, or attorney-in-fact, can act on behalf of the principal until the principal becomes incapacitated, at which point the POA is revoked. If the principal would like the agent’s powers to continue, a durable POA should be used instead.

Last updated May 18th, 2024

An Oklahoma general power of attorney is a document a person uses to appoint an agent to handle their financial affairs. This agent, or attorney-in-fact, can act on behalf of the principal until the principal becomes incapacitated, at which point the POA is revoked. If the principal would like the agent’s powers to continue, a durable POA should be used instead.

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Durability

To make this general power of attorney non-durable, the principal will have to cross out the sentence on the second page of the document that states “This power of attorney will continue to be effective even though I become disabled, incapacitated, or incompetent.[1]

Signing Requirements

A power of attorney must be signed by the principal. While not explicitly required, it is highly recommended that the principal sign in the presence of a notary public.[2]

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Oklahoma General Financial Power Of Attorney