Vermont Guardianship Agreement (Minor Child POA | Form PMG61)
The Vermont Guardianship Agreement (Minor Child Power of Attorney), officially named the Custodial Guardianship Agreement and Family Plan (Form PMG61), is a form issued by the Probate Division of the State of Vermont Superior Court, a state government division that deals with issues concerning guardianship, among other matters. This form is extensive in its scope, as it allows parents or guardians to request the Probate Division to issue an Order that will grant far-reaching custodial minor guardianship to a Proposed Guardian of their choosing. Usefully, the parents/guardians may indicate from a range of options precisely which responsibilities they desire their Proposed Guardian to perform.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Powers of Attorney
Signing Requirements – The Probate Division of the State of Vermont Superior Court states on the Custodial Guardianship Agreement and Family Plan (Form PMG61) that both the parent/s who bring about the form and their Proposed Guardian must sign the form.