Montana General Power of Attorney Form

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A Montana General Power of Attorney Form is used to give the Agent blanket control over the Principal’s finances. This form is not Durable and is rarely Springing, and thus will go into effect immediately upon being signed and become void if the Principal is incapacitated. The Principal should be very sure about who they name as their Agent for this agreement, as it comes with the most power of all of the main Power of Attorney agreements.

In Montana, a Power of Attorney agreement must be witnessed by either two (2) adults, unrelated to either the Principal or the Agent by blood (although in Montana, relation by adoption or marriage is acceptable) or witnessed and notarized by a Notary Public.