The Montana minor power of attorney form is used to transfer certain parental powers from the parent of a child to a trusted agent (“guardian” or “attorney-in-fact”). This is a temporary guardianship position and, according to State law, the agent shall only maintain their powers for a period no longer than six (6) months from the execution of this power of attorney document. However, there are certain exceptions where this type of power of attorney will remain in effect for a longer period of time (military, national guard, federal reserves, etc.). The form contains a list of all powers that the parent(s) may choose to grant unto the agent, with extra lines for specific authorizations they wish to make known.
Laws – § 72-5-103
Signing Requirements (§ 72-31-305) – Notary Public
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