Minor (Child) Power of Attorney North Carolina – Adobe PDF

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Use this Form to: authorize an attorney-in-fact to make parental decisions on your behalf.
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The North Carolina minor power of attorney form is a document which enables parents to assign a trusted adult the right to make parental decisions regarding their child, usually for a limited duration. Sometimes, a parent may need to be away from their child due to obligations such as work, training, military deployment, or illness. During these absences, parents can appoint an attorney-in-fact to act as their representative in caring for their child. State law doesn’t set a limit on how long the power of attorney can last, but most temporary appointments are for a maximum of six (6) months before they must be renewed. If the parent only needs health care decisions to be delegated to an agent, they can assign one using a document constructed in accordance with Chapter 32A, Article 4: Consent to Health Care for Minor (§ 32A-34).

Laws§ 32C-2-213

Signing Requirements (§ 32C-1-105) – Notary Public