New Mexico Minor Child Power of Attorney Form


A New Mexico minor child power of attorney form is a legal document that enables parents or guardians to grant decision-making authority to a trusted individual for their child or ward. This process involves delegating care, custody, or property management responsibilities. The appointed party, known as the agent, must act under the provisions detailed in the form, making it crucial for parents or guardians to outline these guidelines carefully. This arrangement provides peace of mind and ensures proper child care during the parents’ or guardians’ absence.

State Laws: § 45-5-104

Signing Requirements (§ 45-5B-105): Parents or guardians must sign before a notary public. Optionally, they may also have witnesses present during the signing process.