General Power of Attorney Form | Massachusetts

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Updated on May 5th, 2023

A Massachusetts general power of attorney form is a contract that is used to appoint an attorney-in-fact to make financial decisions on behalf of the principal. Unlike the durable power of attorney, this arrangement is voided if the principal becomes incapacitated, as determined by licensed medical doctors. Due to this restriction, this form is popular amongst business partners as the form is only valid for use while the person being represented is able to oversee the agent’s actions.

Signing Requirements – Notary public and/or two witnesses recommended.