Durable Power of Attorney Wisconsin Form – Adobe PDF
Under the Wisconsin Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form, provided by Statute 244.61, allows for the unlimited financial representation of another person whom the principal deems as fit. The ‘Durable’ aspect of this form permits it to remain in effect under the unfortunate circumstances that the principal may no longer be able to think for themselves.
The powers granted are as follows and may be modified to the principal’s request(s);
- Real property
- Tangible personal property
- Stocks and bonds
- Commodities and options
- Banks and other financial institutions
- Operation of entity or business
- Insurance and annuities
- Estates, trusts, and other beneficial interests
- Claims and litigation
- Personal and family maintenance
- Benefits from governmental programs or civil or military service
- Retirement plans
Under Statute 244.05, the form must be signed in the presence of a notary public in order to be accepted.