Pennsylvania General Power of Attorney Form

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A Pennsylvania General Power of Attorney Form is designed to allow the Attorney-in-Fact to act on behalf of the Principal in almost almost all financial matters. This agreement is usually not Springing, as it will most likely be used for a Principal who is legally capable of managing their own affairs, but needs some assistance in order to do so properly.

Pennsylvania is one of only a few states that does not require any witnesses in order for a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid, unless it is a Medical Power of Attorney. A Principal may still wish to find witnesses, as an unwitnessed Power of Attorney agreement is at more of a risk for being declared invalid by a Court.