The Wisconsin minor child power of attorney (referred to in-State as the Power of Attorney Delegating Parental Power) is a document that enables the legal parents or guardians of a child to give any or all of their powers with regard to childcare to a temporary guardian. The agreement will endure no longer than one (1) year, after which a secondary power of attorney document must be drafted. The form can be canceled at any time via revocation of a power of attorney or the creation of a new form bearing the name of another temporary guardian.
Laws – §48.979
Signing requirements (§48.979(2)) – Both agent and parent must sign and each signature must be acknowledged before a notary public. Witness signatures are optional.