Indiana Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney

Any adult in the state of Indiana (a party termed the Principal), so long as they are in a legally capable when they do so, may enact an Indiana Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney. Enacting this form will meet the required legal requirements that must be upheld in order to elect an Attorney-in-Fact for financial affairs. The “durable” provision in this form regards the fact that its terms will endure, without change, even if the Principal becomes incapacitated at some point in the future.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (IC 30-5-4-1) – A Notary Public must view the Principal’s signature upon the Indiana Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney.