Vermont General Power of Attorney Form

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The Vermont General Power of Attorney Form is designed for a Principal who needs as much assistance managing their fiscal responsibilities as possible. It achieves this by giving the Agent blanket power to manage the Principal’s financial affairs, such as allowing them sign financial agreements on their behalf, withdrawing or depositing funds from bank accounts and overseeing the Principal’s investments.

In order for a Vermont Power of Attorney Agreement to be valid, it must be signed by either two (2) adult witnesses or a Notary Public. While there are no restrictions in Vermont as to who these witnesses can be, it is generally recommended that they not be related to either the Principal or the Agent, to avoid the appearance of a Conflict of Interest.