Puerto Rico General Power of Attorney Form

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A Puerto Rico General Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Attorney-in-Fact to have nearly universal power over their financial responsibilities. These agreements are rarely Durable and usually go into effect immediately upon being signed, as they are generally for Principals who simply need assistance managing their fiscal functions.

In Puerto Rico, in order for a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid, it must be signed and dated by at least two (2) adult witnesses or a Notary Public. Most law offices will have a Notary Public or at least a pair of witnesses available, although as drafting a Power of Attorney agreement does not require a lawyer, the Principal may wish to track down the witnesses beforehand.

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