Tile XII, section 709.08 of Florida Statute governs the law for the General Durable Power of Attorney Form in Florida. You as signing principal offer broad and sweeping powers to your attorney in fact to make decisions on your behalf for financial, health care, insurance, and motor vehicle affairs.
Please choose a trustworthy attorney in fact, as you grant powers without any expiration. The term Durable in the title of this power of attorney indicates that this legal instrument remains in force until your death or upon revoking the same by you. You must review this form and powers mentioned in it to understand their scope. Please notarize your signature, as it is necessary for legal standing of this general durable power of attorney form in Florida State.
Florida General Durable Power of Attorney Form Facts
- Please review this form and its provisions to understand the broad and sweeping powers you grant to your power of attorney.
- Your (principal) disability, physical or mental incapability to make decisions does not affect this Durable Power of Attorney.
- Signing and executing this durable general power of attorney form in Florida State before a notary public executes it immediately and revokes any previously issued power of attorneys.
- You may choose to appoint two attorney in facts to grant powers for different affairs.
- The broad and sweeping powers are described in option 1 through 23 indicating the role and liabilities of the attorney in fact.
- You may sign before two adult witnesses in addition to a notary public in Florida State to acknowledge your identity and signature on this general durable power of attorney form in Florida State.
How to get a General Durable Power of Attorney Form, Florida
Step 1: Please enter your legal name and then name/s of attorney in fact on the respective lines on the foremost portion of Florida General Durable Power of Attorney Form.
Step 2: Date the document and sign before two witnesses and a notary public in Florida State. Your printed is required below your signature. Your witnesses must sign on the line above their printed name in acknowledgement.
Step 3: Please get your signature on the general durable power of attorney form in Florida State notarized in the space reserved for the same. Seal and signature of Florida State notary public are required for execution and legal standing of this instrument.
Revoking a Florida Durable Power of Attorney Form
This General Durable Power of Attorney remains in effect until you die or you may choose to execute a revocation instrument to cancel this power of attorney. However, it is mandatory that you handover a copy of such revocation instrument to your attorney in fact for its execution. Such revocation instrument is effective since the date of delivery to the attorney in fact. You may choose to deliver the revocation instrument by certified mail with return receipt.