The Georgia general power of attorney form allows a person, referred to as the ‘Agent,’ to represent someone else, referred to as the ‘Principal,’ for any type of financial matter legal within the State. The only difference between this document and the durable is that the general power of attorney does not remain valid if the principal can no longer think for themselves. The loss of decisional capacity can be determined by any licensed physician in the State of Georgia.
Signing requirements – Notary public and one (1) witness (O.C.G.A. § 10-6B-5)