The Utah limited power of attorney form is used to appoint someone to make limited financial choices on behalf of the individual creating the power of attorney. The financial responsibilities shall be written by the principal (person designating responsibility) in the document and should be granted to an agent they select and deem trustworthy. The form is not durable, meaning that if the principal should become mentally incapacitated, the form would become void. The document usually becomes void upon the completion of the action by the agent, at a specific time/date, or if the principal decides to cancel the form through a revocation form.
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 75-9-105)