Florida Minor Child Power of Attorney Form

Considering that parents and guardians are legally required to provide unwavering care to their children, it is imperative that they organize a viable alternative arrangement if they cannot do so. The Florida Minor Child Power of Attorney provides one such arrangement, of which has the advantage of legally-binding the individual the parents or guardians name to responsibly carry out their duties as a temporary guardian to their children.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Florida Guardianship Law

Signing Requirements (§ 709.2105) – There are no specific signing requirements noted by state law. But it is strongly recommended that any Minor Child Power of Attorney Form created in Florida is signed by the parents or guardians before a Notary Public. It would be ideal if two (2) disinterested witnesses can also witness their signature.