Hawaii General Power of Attorney Form

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The Hawaii General Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact the power to make decisions on behalf of the Principal in a wide variety of situations, most (but not all) of them financial. This will usually include the power to give gifts on the Principal’s behalf and the ability to withdraw and deposit funds from bank accounts for the Principal.

Under Hawaii state law, there must be two (2) witnesses present at the signing of a Power of Attorney agreement, neither of whom are related to either the Principal or the Attorney-in-Fact by blood or adoption. This kind of agreement is typically not Springing, and will usually go into effect immediately upon being signed unless specified otherwise in the agreement.