Idaho Durable Power of Attorney Form
The Idaho Durable Power of Attorney should be completed by a person looking to appoint someone to handle their property and/or financial affairs. It is a paper record that makes a person’s nomination as an Attorney-in-Fact official. Being a statutory form, it complies with the state’s mandatory requirements for what the form must include. By selecting the durable option, the person completing the form understands they are giving their attorney-in-fact power that remains permanent. The attorney-in-fact’s powers only end if the principal dies, or decides to revoke it using a revocation form.
Laws: § 15-12-104
Signing Requirements (§ 15-12-105) – Principal must have their signature notarized.