Updated on November 7th, 2022
An Oklahoma limited power of attorney form authorizes an attorney-in-fact (the “agent”) to complete the tasks listed in the document on behalf of another individual (the “principal”). Usually, the agent’s powers will automatically expire once their assigned duties have been completed. Alternatively, the principal can set a termination date. Furthermore, a limited power of attorney is “non-durable” meaning that it doesn’t remain valid if the principal is incapacitated. Using a limited power of attorney allows the principal to be represented in any situation where they cannot be present and execute in their name.
Signing Requirements (58 O.S. § 3005) – Notary Public