Missouri General Power of Attorney Form

General power of attorney for Missouri is a legal document used to give the authority to act on a person’s behalf to someone else. The person signing the Missouri general power of attorney form, known as the PRINCIPAL, gives the ATTORNEY-IN-FACT, or the person receiving Missouri general power of attorney, the power to act as their agent and make important decisions for them.

Missouri general power of attorney grants the agent the broadest powers over the principal’s welfare. Once general power of attorney in Missouri is signed, the attorney-in-fact will be able to make all of the financial, medical, health care, legal and business decisions normally made by the principal. The agent will have control over nearly everything in the principal’s life.

Missouri General Power of Attorney Form

With our Missouri general power of attorney form, you can give your agent the power to sign any type of legal or financial document for you including your tax returns, investment accounts and stock certificates; pay your bills; take care of any outstanding debts; and make medical and health care decisions.

How to Get General Power of Attorney in Missouri

At any time a loved one can get sick. Or, you may leave the country for an extended time on business, pleasure, whatever. What if you can’t, for any reason, make decisions and need someone else to do it for you? Anything can happen these days. A Missouri general power of attorney form is used to give authority to a person or persons to legally tend to the affairs of someone else.

With general power of attorney in Missouri, you give a trusted agent the ability to take care of all of your affairs in case you are not able to do so. Your agent will be able to sign legal documents, pay your bills, have access to bank accounts, choose health care needs, pretty much anything that has to do with your well-being.

To get general power of attorney in Missouri, first you need to download a general POA form here. Start your Missouri general POA by entering the full legal name and address of the PRINCIPAL. Then, you will enter the full legal name and address of the AGENT or ATTORNEY-IN-FACT, this is the person that will get power of attorney.

Next, the Missouri general power of attorney form should be dated and the witnesses will need to sign the document. The PRINCIPAL will then sign and date the general power of attorney form in the presence of a notary public in Missouri.

Finally, your notary public will sign and seal the form to execute your Missouri general power of attorney form. Once signed and sealed by the notary, your Missouri general POA is legal and valid in all fifty states. Make sure to keep your original document in a safe place where your family can find it and give a copy to your agent.

Just make sure that your agent is responsible and someone you trust. Most people give Missouri general power of attorney to their relatives or closest friends. There are also times when you may want more than one agent. You can have a primary and secondary agent to care of all of your affairs.

Missouri General Power of Attorney Form

Missouri General Power of Attorney

MISSOURI GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY FORM

LET IT BE KNOWN, that______________________________________has made and appointed, and by these presents does make and appoint_______________________________________________ true and lawful attorney for him/her and in his/her name, place and stead, giving and granting to said attorney, general, full and unlimited power and authority to do and perform all and every act and thing whatsoever requisite necessary to be done in and about the premises as fully, to all intents and purposes, as could be done if personally present, with full power of substitution and revocation, hereby ratifying and confirming all that said attorney shall lawfully do or cause to be done by virtue hereof.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal this _______ day of _______________________, 19____.

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of:

______________________________
Witness

______________________________
Witness

State of Missouri

County of ____________________

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged by me this ______ day of _____________, 19 ____ by:_______________________________ who is/are personally known by me or who has/have produced:

___________________________ as identification and who did not take an oath.

________________________________ SEAL
Notary Public
State of Missouri

My Commission Expires:

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