A Georgia Durable Power of Attorney Form is used by a Principal to give their Attorney-in-Fact the ability to continue to act on their behalf even if the Principal has been ruled incapacitated by a doctor. These kinds of agreements are more often than not Springing, IE only comes into effect after the Principal has been rendered incapacitated but that is not always the case.
Under Georgia State Law, this kind of agreement requires at least two (2) witnesses, that are unrelated to either the Principal or the Attorney-in-Fact. Perhaps more uniquely, it does not always require a Notary Public be one of the witnesses, although having one witness it will make it less likely to be revoked by the court. Only one (1) witness is required to witness the agreement being revoked.