Wyoming General Power of Attorney Form

A Wyoming general power of attorney form is drafted by an individual who wishes to name a trusted representative to perform financial tasks on their behalf. The arrangement comes into effect either when the principal executes it or on a date specified in the document. Unlike a durable power of attorney, a general POA will terminate if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Wyoming General Power of Attorney Form

A Wyoming general power of attorney form is drafted by an individual who wishes to name a trusted representative to perform financial tasks on their behalf. The arrangement comes into effect either when the principal executes it or on a date specified in the document. Unlike a durable power of attorney, a general POA will terminate if the principal becomes incapacitated.

Last updated May 10th, 2024

A Wyoming general power of attorney form is drafted by an individual who wishes to name a trusted representative to perform financial tasks on their behalf. The arrangement comes into effect either when the principal executes it or on a date specified in the document. Unlike a durable power of attorney, a general POA will terminate if the principal becomes incapacitated.

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Signing Requirements

The notarization of the principal’s signature is not a legal requirement in Wyoming. However, it is recommended that powers of attorney be signed in the presence of a notary public as a non-notarized document may not be accepted by some organizations.[1]

Power of Attorney (Preview)

Wyoming General Financial Power Of Attorney

Sources

  1. § 3-9-105