Wisconsin Minor Child Power of Attorney Form
Instead of struggling to balance parenting/guardianship duties and other obligations, parents and guardians can instead take advantage of the flexibility a Wisconsin Minor Child Power of Attorney gives these parties. Should they find themselves tight on time or with too many commitments on their hands, they can use this contract to delegate their parenting or guardianship responsibilities respectively to another trusted party (called the Agent).
Laws – Ch. 48 “Children’s Code”
Signing requirements (48.979(2)) – Must be signed by a parent and the selected agent(s). Notarization is recommended, although not technically required.