Arizona Limited Power of Attorney Form

An Arizona Limited (Special) Power of Attorney is a document that gives an individual (the “agent”) permission to handle tasks and duties for another person (the “principal”) that would otherwise require the principal to carry out the task themselves.



Limited POAs, on average, last for a short period of time (when compared to other POAs). This is (in part) due to their usefulness in having an agent complete one-time tasks, such as cashing a check or signing a form. The agent’s power is strictly limited to what is stated in the form.

Signing requirements (§ 14-5501): The form must be:

  1. Witnessed by one (1) person; and
  2. Notarized.