Oregon General Power of Attorney Form

An Oregon general power of attorney “appoints a trusted financial agent to represent the person preparing the document. While the agent’s powers are in effect, they can handle banking, investment, property, or estate affairs for the principal. Unlike a durable power of attorney, this form becomes invalid once the principal is incapacitated.

Oregon General Power of Attorney Form

An Oregon general power of attorney “appoints a trusted financial agent to represent the person preparing the document. While the agent’s powers are in effect, they can handle banking, investment, property, or estate affairs for the principal. Unlike a durable power of attorney, this form becomes invalid once the principal is incapacitated.

Last updated May 18th, 2024

An Oregon general power of attorney “appoints a trusted financial agent to represent the person preparing the document. While the agent’s powers are in effect, they can handle banking, investment, property, or estate affairs for the principal. Unlike a durable power of attorney, this form becomes invalid once the principal is incapacitated.

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Signing Requirements

Signing requirements aren’t mentioned in state statutes, but the principal must sign the document, and it’s recommended that a notary public acknowledge the signature.

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Oregon General Financial Power Of Attorney