Missouri Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form
The Missouri Limited (Special) Power of Attorney is a contract that describes any specific matters associated with a legally-binding relationship between a Principal and an Agent. The Principal is the name given to the party who initiates a Power of Attorney arrangement, and the Agent is the party who has agreed to carry out any acts, on the Principal’s behalf, that are provided for in the contract. This particular form gives the Principal the freedom to specify any special matters they require the Agent to attend to.
Another option that is available to the Principal is to select from the variety of Limited Power of Attorney forms, which are available on the main Missouri Power of Attorney page. These Power of Attorney forms of a limited nature already address particular provisions regarding such areas as the Principal’s taxes, children, property, vehicle, or finances.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Durable Power of Attorney
Signing Requirements – There are no state mandated signing requirements dictated by Missouri law. It is, however, strongly recommended that a POA is signed by the Principal before a Notary Public and two (2) witnesses.