Washington General Power of Attorney Form

A Washington general power of attorney allows an individual to authorize another person to handle their financial affairs. The principal (person executing the document) will be able to select the powers that the agent will be granted and choose whether those powers end on a certain date, upon written revocation, or in the event of their incapacitation.

Washington General Power of Attorney Form

A Washington general power of attorney allows an individual to authorize another person to handle their financial affairs. The principal (person executing the document) will be able to select the powers that the agent will be granted and choose whether those powers end on a certain date, upon written revocation, or in the event of their incapacitation.

Last updated May 8th, 2024

A Washington general power of attorney allows an individual to authorize another person to handle their financial affairs. The principal (person executing the document) will be able to select the powers that the agent will be granted and choose whether those powers end on a certain date, upon written revocation, or in the event of their incapacitation.

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Signing Requirements

The principal’s signature must be acknowledged by a notary public or attested by two witnesses.[1]

The witnesses cannot be care providers for the principal nor related by blood, marriage, or domestic partnership.