Tennessee General Power of Attorney Form

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A Tennessee General Power of Attorney Form gives the Attorney-in-Fact a wide range of responsibilities over the Principal’s finances. While the exact specifics of these responsibilities can vary slightly from agreement to agreement, in general this will include managing the Principal’s bank accounts and investments, giving gifts on behalf of the the Principal and being able to write checks or sign certain financial documents in place of the Principal.

As this agreement gives the Attorney-in-Fact the most power, it requires that the Principal be even more sure in their choice of Attorney-in-Fact than usual. It comes with the most responsibility, requiring that the Attorney-in-Fact manage almost all aspects of the Principal’s finances, in addition to their own and the Principal should be sure that their chosen Attorney-in-Fact can handle the additional responsibility.