Durable Power of Attorney Form | Connecticut

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Updated on May 4th, 2023

A Connecticut durable power of attorney form is a legal document with which a resident can appoint an attorney-in-fact to handle their financial affairs. The document provides the attorney-in-fact with the power of attorney even if the resident (the principal) should become incapacitated. The principal can define the specific tasks the agent will have the authority to oversee so as to not give them complete control following incapacitation.


  • “Durable” Definition (Sec. 1-350a(2)) – “Durable” means, with respect to a power of attorney, not terminated by the principal’s incapacity.
  • Statute – Chapter 15c (Uniform Power of Attorney Act)
  • Signing Requirements (Sec. 1-350d) – A power of attorney must be dated and signed by the principal and witnessed by two witnesses.