A Wyoming General Power of Attorney Form is drafted when the Principal wishes to give the Attorney-in-Fact universal power over their financial affairs. These agreements are rarely Springing, as they are mostly used by Principals who are technically or legally capable of managing their own affairs, but wish for assistance, such as the mentally or physically handicapped.
In order for a Power of Attorney agreement to be valid in Wyoming, it must be witnessed by at least two (2) adults or a Notary Public. The adult witnesses cannot be related to either the Principal or the Attorney-in-Fact by blood (although they can be related by adoption). While this seems like a fairly stringent requirement, most law offices will have witnesses or a Notary Public available.