Wyoming Power of Attorney Forms


The Wyoming power of attorney forms allow an individual to represent another person and handle their financial, medical, and tax filing needs. The person being represented, the “principal,” must first select someone they deem fit. The appointed party, the “agent” or “attorney-in-fact,” must be trustworthy and knowledgeable of the principal’s business affairs and medical interests. If the form selected is durable, the document continues to be valid if the principal should become incapable of thinking for themselves. Otherwise, all non-durable power of attorney forms will be void upon the principal’s incapacity. 

Laws – Title 3, Chapter 9, Article 1 (Uniform Power of Attorney Act) & § 35-22-403



The Wyoming durable power of attorney permits a resident to grant someone else, an “agent,” the full power to act in their place for any type of financial matter. The most important aspect of the form is its durability, meaning it remains in effect if the person executing the power of attorney, the”principal,” may no longer be able to think for themselves. Whoever is chosen as the…

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The Wyoming general power of attorney form is used to assign one’s financial responsibilities to another person known as an “agent” or “attorney-in-fact.” The document allows for the designation of the same monetary related activities as the durable form, but the main difference is that the general form does not remain effective if the principal should become mentally disabled. Once authorized, the power of attorney will…

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The Wyoming limited power of attorney form enables a person to assign a specific financial act or responsibility to an agent (a.k.a. “attorney-in-fact”). This type of designation is often used by business owners to empower another party with the authority to handle a specific business transaction while they are absent. Typically, the power of attorney will be terminated either when the specific duty is complete, at a…

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The Wyoming medical power of attorney form is a legal document that allows an individual to select a surrogate to handle health care decisions on their behalf. The main purpose of the document is to ensure that the principal’s medical preferences are administered in the chance that they lack the ability to make competent decisions. Generally, the chosen surrogate will be the principal’s spouse, relative, or…

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The Wyoming minor child power of attorney can be used to assign temporary parental powers to a trusted guardian. Generally speaking, this individual will be a close relative or family friend of the legal parents. In the State of Wyoming, temporary guardianship cannot last longer than one (1) year; if the power of attorney expires, a new one will need to be drafted in its place….

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