Apostille for Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is defined as a document that allows you to designate a person or organization to handle your affairs in your absence.

The designated person or organization is called either Agent or Attorney in Fact.

There are several types of Powers of Attorney.

– General- When the designated Agent or Attorney in Fact can handle your affairs in your absence in various situations.

– Special- When the designated Agent or Attorney in Fact can handle your affairs in your absence only in specific situations.

-Health Care- When you need to designate someone to make health care decisions on your behalf if you are unable to do so.

-Durable- All the of the above mentioned powers of attorney can be made “durable” by adding a specific text to the document. This means that the document will remain in effect or take effect if you become mentally incompetent.

-Revocation of Power of Attorney -This will allow you to revoke a power of attorney at any time.

If you are going to use a US issued Power of Attorney in a signing member of the Apostille Section of the Hague Convention you will need an Apostille for it to be recognized as valid.

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