The Florida Durable General Power of Attorney Form is used when you want to legally appoint someone to make decisions on your behalf. This Florida power of attorney form is durable in nature and the rights and authorizations given to the attorney-in-fact are general and broad.
This Florida durable power of attorney form is only applicable in the state of Florida. You need to read the document very carefully and make notes on the rights and authority which you want to provide and grant to your attorney-in-facts, then strike or delete the references that you do not need.
The powers granted by this power of attorney template are broad and sweeping, which mean that one can grant a large spectrum of rights to the person. The decision-making rights that can be granted to a person using this Florida power of attorney form range from real property transactions, tangible personal property transactions, stock and bond transactions, commodity and option transactions, banking and other financial institution transactions, business operating transactions, insurance and annuity transactions, estate trust another beneficiary transactions and many such other rights that are mentioned in the document. You need to read the document carefully and then select the rights that are applicable to your cause and then either delete or strike out the rights that are not.
Since this power of attorney is durable your attorney in fact will continue to have the rights even after you become incapable of making decisions on your own, provided a qualified physician proves your incapability.
For this poa form to be valid it has to be signed or by at least two witnesses that the complete names mentioned, the address of each witness. The agent or the attorney-in-fact cannot serve as a witness, and each witness must be present at the time when the principal signs the power of attorney which has to be done in front of a notary.