Missouri General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

Anyone who carries the intention to create a Missouri General (Financial) Power of Attorney should understand the differences between the terms “durable” and “general”. The form featured here contains terms which relate to its general applicability. This means that the financial-related decision making powers that will be delegated from a Principal to an Agent must be halted upon the Principal’s incapacity. In contrast, the durable applicability of a Durable Power of Attorney means that the Agent’s powers will be unaffected by such an event. 

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Durable Power of Attorney

Signing Requirements – General Power of Attorneys in the state of Missouri are not regulated by any signing requirements. However, signing the form before a Notary Public and two (2) witnesses is a recommended course of action for the Principal to carry out.