As stated in the Texas Probate code Chapter XII (Durable Power of Attorney Act) an adult may choose an attorney-in-fact to make important decisions on his behalf. The power of attorney will not be valid unless it has been signed by the principal in presence of an Authorized officer to take acknowledgements to deeds.

Unless a time span has been specified the Power of Attorney in effect does not expire. Below are list of Power of Attorney forms which can be used in the State of Texas. They are available in PDF and Microsoft Word formats.

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