General Power of Attorney Form | South Carolina

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Updated on May 10th, 2023

A South Carolina general power of attorney form allows for the financial representation of a resident without the effect of durability, meaning the form terminates upon the principal’s incapacitation. The form is common among business partners seeking to act on one another’s behalf when either party is out of the area and would like someone else to sign important documents on their behalf. The document is also beneficial because as long as each person is competent, they may be able to oversee how the agent is representing their needs.

Signing Requirements (§ 62-8-105) – Notary public and two adult witnesses.