Arkansas Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

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An Arkansas Limited Power of Attorney Form is used for when the Principal wishes to give the Attorney-in-Fact power over a specific set of decisions, rather than over all of the responsibilities laid out in the General Power of Attorney Form. This type of form is usually intended to give an agent the ability to make decisions about one or two aspects of the Principal’s life, such as paying rent or caring for a child.

Note that, under Arkansas state law, all Power of Attorney forms begin immediately on signing unless specified otherwise, and they will all continue to be in effect after the Principal is incapacitated unless a clause in the Power of Attorney form specifies otherwise. If the Principal wishes to alter either of these, they should be exceptionally sure that the required clause is contained.