Title 19, Chapter 9, Article 4 of 2010 Georgia Code permits execution of Georgia Power of Attorney for the Care of a Minor Child to grant powers to agent grandparent. You as signing principal and parent of the child must specify the powers to grant as well as the reasons behind executing this power of attorney. Please understand that you cannot sign and issue such legal instrument for unlawful enrollment of the child in a school under No Child Left behind Act, 20 U.S.C.A. Section 6301, et seq and Section 7801, et seq. You acknowledge providing truthful information under the penalty of perjury. Notarization of signatures is required for execution of this legal instrument.
Power of Attorney for the Care of a Minor Child Georgia Facts
- Execute this power of attorney for care of a minor child.
- Read additional information for agent grandparent, school authorities, and health care providers to understand the scope of powers and directives of the minor child care power of attorney in Georgia State.
- You may choose to nominate a name for appointing a guardian for the child.
- Please provide the reasons for issuing the power of attorney.
- You may choose to extend or limit the scope of powers granted to the agent grandparent using the provision in this power of attorney form.
- Please mark your response to declaring the relation of the agent grandparent to the minor child in this Georgia Power of Attorney for the Care of a Minor Child.
Directions for Care of Minor Child Power of Attorney, Georgia
Step 1: Insert the date and then your name and address as signing principal followed by name and address of agent grandparent. Continue by entering child’s name and then select the relation of the agent grandparent to the child.
Step 2: Mention the powers granted to the grandparent along with the additional powers if any. Then specify the limitations to the powers on the following lines if any. Please indicate the reason/s for issuing this power of attorney. You may nominate a guardian’s name on the next line.
Step 3: You and the co-parent if any must sign before a notary public of Georgia State and get these signatures and dates acknowledged by the same to complete executing this Georgia Power of Attorney for the Care of a Minor Child.
Revoking the Power of Attorney, Georgia
This Georgia Power of Attorney for the Care of a Minor Child is in effect till the minority of the child. However, you may execute revocation instrument to cancel this power of attorney. The agent grandparent may choose to resign. Emancipation of the child cancels the minor child care power of attorney. Court orders terminate this power of attorney immediately.