Utah General Power of Attorney Form

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An Utah General Power of Attorney Form is used when the Principal wants their Attorney-in-Fact to have the broadest possible power over their financial affairs. While this can be subject to certain state and local laws, this will usually include managing their bank accounts, overseeing their investments and giving gifts or signing financial agreements in their name.

The Principal should be aware that under Utah state law, if they are married to their Attorney-in-Fact and get a divorce, their Power of Attorney agreement will not automatically be revoked. If they do not wish to have their former spouse retain their Power of Attorney, they should immediately revoke the agreement upon getting a divorce and, if necessary, name a new Attorney-in-Fact.