Hawaii Durable Power of Attorney Form

The Hawaii Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney lets an individual (referred to as the principal) name another person or entity with the power to make financial decisions on their behalf. The named party (referred to as the agent) has a legal obligation to complete all of the duties specified by the principal with due diligence. Tasks the agent may be obligated to perform can be one-time or ongoing, such as opening a bank account or depositing funds into an account on a regular basis.

Revoking an Agent’s Power: Hawaii Revocation of Power of Attorney Form

Laws: Ch. 551E “Uniform Power of Attorney Act”

Signing Requirements (§ 551E-3): Must be signed by the principal and notarized.