A Wyoming Limited Power of Attorney Form is drafted when the Principal wants to give their Attorney-in-Fact a lone fixed power. This agreement is usually not Springing or Durable, as it is typically drafted for a Principal who simply wants to give their Attorney-in-Fact a single task to perform, such as filing their taxes or selling a car. Indeed, this agreement can be drafted to expire as soon as the Attorney-in-Fact has completed the task.
Under Wyoming state law, if the Principal and Attorney-in-Fact are married and get a divorce, their Power of Attorney agreement will not automatically be terminated. Unless the Principal wishes for their former spouse to retain their Powers, they should make sure to revoke the agreement and, if they wish, draft a new one naming a new Attorney-in-Fact.