A Missouri Limited Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Attorney-in-Fact extremely fixed powers. This is usually to make a specific decision (such as managing investments) or to perform a specific action (such as filing taxes) on behalf of a Principal who is technically capable of doing these actions but wishes to delegate them. They are therefore rarely Durable or Springing.
In Missouri, for a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid, it must be witnessed by at least two (2) adults, who must sign and date the agreement. Neither of these adults can be related to either the Principal or the Attorney-in-Fact, by blood, marriage or adoption. Note that it does not need to be witnessed by a Notary Public.