Kansas Minor Child Power of Attorney Form
A Kansas minor child power of attorney form helps a parent or legal custodian to delegate decision-making powers concerning their child’s well-being to another individual, legally known as the attorney-in-fact. Importantly, this arrangement does not strip the parent or legal custodian of their authority regarding the child’s care and custody. Instead, it permits the attorney-in-fact to act under specific circumstances. According to the Safe Families Act, the powers granted to an agent through a minor child power of attorney remain effective for a period not exceeding one (1) year.
State Laws: Safe Families Act
Signing Requirements (Safe Families Act (Sec. 4)): The form requires signatures from the parent, attorney-in-fact, and a notary public to ensure validity.