Arkansas Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

The Arkansas Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney is used to grant a person (known as the “Agent”) with the right to act on behalf of another person known as the “Principal”. The form is completed by the Principal only. It can be executed by any individual who needs to establish a representative who will have the power to make any financial-related decision. Being a “durable” form, the Agent’s authority stays in effect in the event the Principal can no longer make decisions on their own (a term called being “incapacitated”), as reinforced by § 28-68-301.

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


Laws + Signing Requirements

State Laws: Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 26-68-105): To be valid, the POA must be signed by the Principal and notarized.


Sample Template