Minor Child Power of Attorney Delegation Form Colorado – PDF

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Use this Form to: entrust an attorney-in-fact with temporary parental rights over a child.
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The Colorado minor (child) power of attorney form enables a parent or guardian to assign parental responsibilities to another party. The person assuming the responsibility, the “attorney-in-fact,” receives permission to perform any act necessary to maintain the child’s custody, health, education, property, and general well-being. Colorado law limits the term of validity for such powers to a term of twelve (12) months. Therefore, if the parent or guardian wishes to extend the authority of the attorney-in-fact past one (1) year, a new form must be authorized upon the expiration date of the initial power of attorney.

Laws § 15-14-105

Signing Requirements – The parent/guardian’s signature is presumed valid if signed before a notary public. Therefore, notarization is recommended (§ 15-14-705).