North Dakota Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

The North Dakota Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney serves the needs of an individual (the Principal) who wishes to delegate their decision making powers regarding their finances to another party (their Agent). While a General Power of Attorney will terminate upon the Principal’s incapacity, a Durable Power of Attorney will continue in spite of such conditions. Hence, it is vital that the Principal understands the distinctions between these two types of documents, and chooses the one which will best support their interests.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws –  Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements – There are no state-mandated requirements specified for a Durable Power of Attorney to be considered valid. It is generally recommended that the Principal signs the form before a Notary Public. Ideally, two (2) witnesses will also witness the signature.