A 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 predetermined expiration date, or upon the incapacity of the principal.
Signing Requirements – Notary Public (§ 3-9-105)