Wyoming Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form

A Wyoming minor (child) power of attorney is used when a parent or guardian wishes to appoint an attorney-in-fact to handle certain parental matters on their behalf. If the parent is away or otherwise indisposed, the attorney-in-fact can care for their child and make education, healthcare, and other decisions in their place.

Wyoming Minor (Child) Power of Attorney Form

A Wyoming minor (child) power of attorney is used when a parent or guardian wishes to appoint an attorney-in-fact to handle certain parental matters on their behalf. If the parent is away or otherwise indisposed, the attorney-in-fact can care for their child and make education, healthcare, and other decisions in their place.

Last updated June 5th, 2024

A Wyoming minor (child) power of attorney is used when a parent or guardian wishes to appoint an attorney-in-fact to handle certain parental matters on their behalf. If the parent is away or otherwise indisposed, the attorney-in-fact can care for their child and make education, healthcare, and other decisions in their place.

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Signing Requirements

It is not a legal requirement, but it is recommended that the parent’s signature on a minor power of attorney be notarized.[1]

Sample

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WYOMING MINOR CHILD POWER OF ATTORNEY

1. For the Minor named [MINOR CHILD NAME] born on [MM/DD/YYYY] (hereinafter known as the “Minor”), I, [PARENT / GUARDIAN NAME], the Parent or Court Appointed Guardian with a street address of [STREET ADDRESS],

And I, [CO-PARENT / GUARDIAN NAME], the Parent or Court Appointed Guardian with a street address of [STREET ADDRESS],

2. Hereby appoint [ATTORNEY-IN-FACT NAME] as the Attorney-in-Fact for the Minor who is their [RELATION TO CHILD] with a street address of [STREET ADDRESS], (hereinafter referred to as the “Attorney-in-Fact”).

3. I/We delegate to the Attorney-in-Fact the authority to [DESCRIBE AUTHORITY HERE].

4. This power of attorney document shall commence on [MM/DD/YYYY] and end on:

A. [INITIAL] [MM/DD/YYYY].

B. [INITIAL] – In the event of my disability (incapacitation).

C. [INITIAL] – In the event of my death.

This document can be terminated at any time by completing a revocation or by creating a new minor power of attorney form.

5. This power of attorney shall be governed under the laws in the State of Wyoming and terminates any prior written form.

Parent/Guardian Signature: _______________________ Date: ______________

Print Name: _______________________

Parent/Guardian Signature: _______________________ Date: ______________

Print Name: _______________________

ACCEPTANCE BY ATTORNEY-IN-FACT

The undersigned Attorney-in-Fact acknowledges and executes this Power of Attorney, and by such execution does hereby affirm that I: (A) accept the appointment; (B) understand the duties under the Power of Attorney and under the law.

Attorney-in-fact Signature: _______________________ Date: ______________

Print Name: _______________________

NOTARY ACKNOWLEDGMENT

State of ______________

______________ County, ss

On ______________ (mm/dd/yyyy), before me appeared _______________________ (Parent/Guardian Name), as the Parent(s)/Court Appointed Guardian(s) who proved to me through government-issued photo identification to be the above-named person(s), who in my presence executed the foregoing instrument and acknowledged that (s)he executed the same as his/her free act and deed.

Notary Public Signature: _______________________ Date: ______________

Print Name: _______________________

My Commission Expires: _______________________

(Notary Seal)

Sources

  1. § 3-9-105