Alabama Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

The Alabama Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney is an official legal form used for granting a person or entity with the power to be utilized to empower an individual with decision-making ability regarding the principal’s (assigning the power) life decisions. The “Durable” nature of the document points to the fact that it does not terminate on the incapacitation of the principal. Depending on what the Principal decides to include in the document, the Power of Attorney (POA) can either enter into effect on signing or after a certain specified event.

Revoking an Agent’s Power: Alabama Revocation of Power of Attorney

Laws + Signing Requirements

State Laws: Alabama Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 26-1A-105): Must be signed by both the principal and a Notary Public.

Agent’s Certification (PDF | Word): A form that must be completed and attached to the completed POA per § 26-1A-302.