General Power of Attorney Form | Florida

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Updated on May 4th, 2023

A Florida general power of attorney form allows an agent to act in another person’s best interest with regard to any financial matter. The general form does not remain valid if the principal loses decisional capacity; at such a point, the document would become void. For this reason, this document is popular with business partners and attorneys, where as long as the principal is thinking competently and can oversee their agent’s actions, the form remains valid.