A Colorado General Power of Attorney Form is the most common example of non-medical Power of Attorney forms. It gives the Attorney-in-Fact power to act on behalf of the Principal in a wide variety of situations. These include, but are not limited to, withdrawing or depositing money into banks, signing legal documents and buying or selling property.
Note that this Power of Attorney form will not continue working if the Principal is incapacitated after it is signed, although under Colorado state law the Attorney-in-Fact will not be held liable if they are unaware of the Principal’s incapacitation and acted in good faith. In Colorado, only one (1) person is required to witness the signing of a Power of Attorney form.