Connecticut Statutory Durable Power of Attorney Form
The Connecticut Statutory Durable Power of Attorney is a document that is completely compliant with state-mandated laws concerning Power of Attorney (POA) arrangements. An individual may select from two distinct types of POA in order to grant an Agent the decision making powers to manage their finances. This durable type, which will continue in the event of their incapacity, or a general type of POA, which will terminate in such an event.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (§ 1-350d) – One (1) of the following parties must witness the Principal’s signature:
- A Notary Public,
- A commissioner of the Superior Court, or
- Another individual authorized by law to take acknowledgments.
In cases where someone else will sign on the Principal’s behalf, the state additionally requires two (2) witnesses to witness their signature.