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