General Power of Attorney Form | Illinois

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Updated on May 5th, 2023

An Illinois general power of attorney is a document that transfers authority to an agent to act on behalf of the principal so long as the principal can make decisions for themselves. The financial powers granted are broad and sweeping, as they allow the representative to make serious decisions for the principal and sign on their behalf. The document can be revoked through the creation of a new general power of attorney form, the execution of a revocation form, or, as mentioned above, through the incapacitation of the principal.