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Need to Notarize a Durable Power of Attorney in Texas?

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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.

You can now get documents notarized online from the comfort of your home or office. It’s easy to notarize your Durable Power of Attorney when you use an online notarization platform.

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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How does OneNotary work

STEP 1 Fill out your form
STEP 2 Identify yourself by answering a few questions
STEP 3 Enter the virtual meeting room
STEP 4 When the session is over, download your documents with a notary seal

Frequently Asked Questions

When Do You Need a Durable Power of Attorney?
Is your house settlement scheduled for a day you’ll be out of town? You can assign a limited POA to an agent who can sign for you. Are you concerned about who will handle your financial decisions if you become incapacitated? Choose someone you trust to handle them for you. You’re literally trusting this person with your life. Choose your agent carefully.
Can You Stop a Durable Power of Attorney?
You can stop it any time you wish. You must submit a written statement stating you’re revoking the POA. You must inform the agent and anyone else who’s involved in your personal business.
Potential Dangers of a Durable Power of Attorney
Because they give another person power over your most important life decisions, durable POAs can invite fraud. Some older people have handed over this power to people they trusted only to find themselves robbed of money and assets. According to government statistics, 90% of people who exploit an older person with a POA are their relatives or financial advisers. The agent has fiduciary duties. That means they must act in the best interest of the principal. An agent who uses a POA improperly might face criminal charges for fraud, theft and forgery. Proper notarization is one of the best safeguards against forgery. You can get your POA document notarized in total safety and privacy by doing it online.
What Do You Need to Assign a Durable Power of Attorney?
You must be 18 years old. You must sign the POA in the presence of a Texas notary. You must specify whether the POA is springing, limited, durable or medical.
Where to Find a Notary for Your Durable Power of Attorney
The most convenient, most secure way is to use remote online notarization.Texas was one of the first states to allow remote notarization for all documents. The state allows notaries in good standing to offer their services remotely. These notarized documents carry the same legal weight as notarizations done in person. Here’s why you should consider OneNotary for your notary needs. Texas requires extremely stringent security protocols for remote notarizations. OneNotary exceeds these security measures. We keep your personal information safe. You can conduct the signing session from the comfort and privacy of your own home or office. If you’re practicing social distancing, remote notarization is ideal.
How Does Online Notarization Work?
Using our service is easy: register online at OneNotary; schedule a time for your notarization; you will receive an email invitation to the notarization session; follow the link in the email; fill out your DS-3053 form; identify yourself by answering a few questions; enter the virtual meeting room; sign your DS-3053 form online, when the session is over, you can download your documents and the official seal.
Is Online Notarization Valid?
If your state permits remote online notarization, your notarized documents are just as valid as documents notarized in person. About 30 states allow online notarization.
Is My Personal Information Secure?
OneNotary uses state-of-the-art encryption to keep your personal information safe. You sign and notarize your documents in a secure virtual session. We destroy all documents we are not legally required to store.