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A POA is best done through an attorney to ensure the verifying/interested parties are proper, the agreement includes what the principal wants, the principal is competent in case of a challenge and it's filed properly if necessary, for example if it will be used to transfer property. All persons should have a POA, HCPOA, Advanced Directives and Will. You can also pull the POA form out of the general statutes of NC. The form is included in the law.
I'm trying to have help my step mom get power of attorney for my dad
My dad's finance ( they have been together for 15 years so we kinda her my step mom) is trying get power of attorney of my dad. He's on house arrest and he is fixing go to prison so he wants her to have power of attorney.
Answered Mar 3, 2021
In your case, a power of attorney should be:
1. Signed by your father,
2. Notarized, and
3. Attested by a witness who is not named as an agent.
Although your father is under house arrest, it is possible to arrange the signing at his house.