Wyoming Power of Attorney Forms

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A Wyoming power of attorney form is a type of legal document used for giving a person the right to complete tasks and/or make decisions in the name of another. It is drawn up by an individual known as the principal, who will assign power(s) to a person known as their “agent” to complete tasks on their behalf. The form is used by business professionals for the purpose of delegating, family members to assign a loved one with the right of making end-of-life decisions, and much more. Wyoming law requires all POAs to be notarized, regardless of their use.

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Types (7)

Advance Health Care Directive – For assigning a person that will make medical-related decisions for the principal, as well as for specifying how they’d like to be treated during end-of-life care.

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Durable Power of Attorney – For granting power permanently – stays active even if the principal cannot make decisions for themselves.

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General (Financial) Power of Attorney – Empowers someone to make decisions relating to your finances. The agreement terminates if the principal can’t make decisions on their own any longer (incapacitated).

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Limited (Special) Power of Attorney – For assigning power for one-time tasks, such as signing a title.

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Minor Child Power of Attorney – For providing a person with the temporary power to act as their child’s guardian.

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Motor Vehicle (DMV) Power of Attorney – Provides short-term legal powers over one’s car or truck, such as registering or selling the vehicle.

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Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney – Grants a person with the ability to sign documents relating to the sale, purchase, refinance, or other activity relating to a home or building.

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Laws & Signing Information

Wyoming Power of Attorney Laws

Signing Requirements

  • General / Durable Power of Attorney (§ 3-9-105) – Must be signed by the person creating the form (the principal) in view of a Notary Public.
  • Power of Attorney For Health Care / Medical Power of Attorney (§ 35-22-403) – The POA must be signed by the principal (or expressly direct another individual to sign it on their behalf in their presence), notarized, and/or signed by at least two (2) witnesses,