Arkansas Minor Child Power of Attorney Form

A parent or guardian may enact an Arkansas Minor Child Power of Attorney to nominate a trusted individual to ensure the care and safety of their child or children in their absence. A parent may be temporarily absent from their child due to work duties, travel commitments, or other personal affairs. As such, state law provides this legal instrument for parents and guardians to make use of in anticipation of such circumstances.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 26-68-105) – Parents and guardians must ensure they sign the Arkansas Minor Child Power of Attorney before an authorized individual, such as a Notary Public.