Georgia Minor Child Power of Attorney Form
A Georgia minor child power of attorney form serves as a legal instrument designed to grant a specified individual (the “agent”) the ability to make decisions for the parent(s) or legal guardian(s). The form is essential for parents or guardians who are temporarily unavailable due to various circumstances, such as military deployment, work-related travel, or medical emergencies. Parents determine the powers given to the agent, which are usually related to the child’s care, custody, and property, and include making decisions regarding their health, education, and welfare. The document is subject to Georgia state laws and regulations for giving someone temporary parental decision-making power.
Laws & Signing Requirements
Laws – § 19-9-124
Signing Requirements – The document requires signatures from the parent(s) or guardian(s) and notarization.