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Power of Attorney >> Granting Broad Powers >> How to sign and execute my Power of Attorney?

#11, posted 2 Feb 2022 4:58 am by Cowboy28 words
I am little misguided on requirements of signing POA.

Please explain what I need to do to have a valid Power of Attorney?

I really appreciate your response.


#42, posted 19 Sep 2021 11:40 am by Cowboy22 words
with the general durable P/A noterized and signed by all parties what is the next step with this document?

Thanks for help


#43, posted 19 Sep 2021 1:31 pm by Cowboy, in reply to #4263 words
Dear Thomas,

Thank you for visiting our website.

After a Power of Attorney is witnessed by two witnesses or notarized it may be used immediately. Depending on the powers you grant to your agent, he/she may manage your banking and other financial needs, take care of your retirement plans, tax matters; or sell/buy a house or business for you.

Best regards,
Customer Support


#49, posted 7 Oct 2021 8:07 pm by Cowboy19 words
General Durable Power of Attorney, in Pennsylvania.

Does this require two witness signatures if I notarize the documen?


Edited 7 Oct 2021 8:48 pm by Manahar 

#50, posted 7 Oct 2021 8:46 pm by Cowboy, in reply to #4931 words
Dear Manahar,

Thank you for visiting our website.

Please note that Pennsylvania law does not require two witnesses if you notarize the General Durable Power of Attorney.

Best regards,
Customer Support

Edited 7 Oct 2021 8:50 pm by Customer Support