General Power of Attorney California Form – Adobe PDF
The California general power of attorney form serves the same function as a general durable power of attorney form only the powers granted to the agent become voided if the person being represented becomes incapacitated (mentally or physically). Until such a point, the agent will be able to handle the finances of the principal keeping the latter party’s best interests in mind for the duration of the term. It is often advisable to seek the advice of an attorney who is well versed in probate law before granting power of attorney to another individual.
Signing Requirements – Notary public or two (2) witnesses (§4121).