General Power of Attorney Georgia Form – Adobe PDF
The general power of attorney form for Georgia 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 it does not remain valid if the principal can no longer think with a clear mind for themselves. This can be decided by any licensed physician in Georgia and most commonly is due to dementia such as alzheimer’s disease.
Like the other power of attorney forms in the State it must be signed with at least two witnesses or a notary public (including the notary seal) for it to be considered legal.