Limited Power of Attorney Form | Hawaii

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Updated on May 4th, 2023

A Hawaii limited power of attorney form enables the document’s creator to transfer financial powers to an agent (also referred to as an attorney-in-fact). The powers are limited in that the selected individual will usually only be assigned one task to complete on behalf of the principal, the completion of which would render the agreement void. The agreement does not allow the powers to stay in effect once the principal becomes incapacitated.