General Power of Attorney Kansas Form – Adobe PDF
The general power of attorney form, also referred to as the ‘Non-Durable’ version, allows you to select anyone that would like to handle any and all your financial decisions to your best interests. The agent you select has a fiduciary duty and may not compensate themselves and if you should become in a state where you can no longer think for yourself the form becomes void.
- If you should want a form to be valid during incapacitation then the ‘Durable‘ form should be completed.
- For a full list of the general powers an agent may be able to act he or she should view Chapter 58 Section 654 of the Kansas Statutes