Durable Power of Attorney Form | Arkansas

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Updated on May 4th, 2023

An Arkansas durable statutory power of attorney form allows for a person to let someone else take care of all their financial responsibilities. A “durable” functionality allows a person to still be able to make monetary transactions even if the principal falls into a state of mental incapacity. A durable power of attorney document must be authorized by at least two witnesses, although it is highly recommended to sign in front of a notary public. It should be noted that the power of attorney may only be canceled if a new power of attorney document is created, if a revocation form is executed, or upon the death of the principal.