Wyoming Power of Attorney Forms


Wyoming power of attorney documents allow for the representation of another in respect to their monetary, medical, and tax filing needs. The person that is being represented, the “Principal”, must first select anyone they deem fit for the responsibility desired. The person chosen, “Agent” or “Attorney-in-Fact”, must be a 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 mentally incapable thinking for themselves.
Under Wyoming power of attorney laws, all forms must be signed with at least two (2) adult witnesses or the document must receive a notary public’s acknowledgment.



Under the Wyoming Durable Power of Attorney Act, Title 3 > Chapter 5, allows for a resident to fill in a document to grant someone else, an ‘Agent’, the full power to act in the presence for any type of financial matter including; Collect and manage personal property Buy and sell real property Borrow money Handle business and banking transactions File tax returns and reports…

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Use the general form to assign your all your financial responsibilities to another person in Wyoming. The document allows for the same monetary related activities to be handled as in the durable form, but the only difference is that it does not remain in effect if the principal should become mentally disabled. The document must be signed in the presence of a notary public, which…

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The limited power of attorney form for the State of Wyoming allows a person to assign a single limited financial act or responsibility to another person. Typically when the specific act is completed, at a specified expiration date, or incapacity of the principal the agreement is terminated.

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Under Title 35 > Article 4 – Wyoming Health Care Decisions Act allows, in case an emergency occurs, to select a surrogate to be able to handle health care decisions on your behalf in the chance you may not be able to speak for yourself. The most common selection is a spouse, relative, or lifelong friend. Like other power of attorney documents in Wyoming, it…

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