A Wyoming limited power of attorney form is a legal document put into effect by an individual (the “principal”) to appoint an authorized agent to act on their behalf with regard to one (1) or more specific duties. The principal can enter all the tasks they would like their agent to handle, which can range from banking matters to estate affairs to business acquisitions. They may also choose whether they’d like the power of attorney to terminate upon the completion of said tasks or on a specific date set forth in the document. An agent must always act in accordance with the principal’s best interests and within the confines of the assignments listed in the power of attorney.
Signing Requirements (§ 3-9-105) – Notary Public