Durable Power of Attorney Information
Do you need a durable power of attorney (POA) in Texas? If you take care of older relatives, parents or disabled children, a POA will protect your family’s interests. A durable POA is a powerful legal document that requires airtight security.
Fortunately, you can notarize your Texas POA entirely online. You never have to worry about misplacing your important documents or missing a crucial filing deadline because you couldn’t find a notary. Here’s a guide to getting a valid, signed durable Texas power of attorney.
What Is a Durable Power of Attorney?
A POA gives another person the right to act in your name. If you give your POA to someone, they can legally handle your finances, sign documents for you and make other important decisions. Durable POA means the POA lasts after the principal becomes incapacitated.
Filling out the Durable Power of Attorney Step by Step
On the first page, write your name, address and the name of your agent.
On the second page, name an alternate agent in case your original agent is unable to be your agent.
Sign and date the Durable Power of Attorney form in front of the notary.
The notary signs the POA form and attaches a notary seal.
The final two pages of the form spell out the agent’s duties and responsibilities.
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