Idaho Limited Power of Attorney Form

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An Idaho Limited Power of Attorney Form is designed to give the Attorney-in-Fact the power to control a single aspect of the Principal’s life, rather than the blanket power a General Power of Attorney Form provides. This can be as broad as managing the Principal’s bank accounts and investments, to as small as filing taxes on their behalf.

Note that under Idaho state law, a Power of Attorney Agreement is not required to be notarized or witnessed in order to be valid, although being witness or notarized could make it less likely to be revoked in court. In addition, this sort of agreement is not automatically durable; If the Principal wants the Attorney-in-Fact to retain their powers even after they are incapacitated, they will need to specify that in the agreement.