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Arizona General (Financial) Power of Attorney

An Arizona general power of attorney (GPOA) is a document that outlines a principal's interest in having someone else represent his or her financial decisions. Unlike the durable version, a GPOA is no longer able to be used if the principal becomes incapacitated.
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Laws

  • Durable – To be durable, a power of attorney document must include similar language:
    • “This power of attorney is not affected by subsequent disability or incapacity of the principal or lapse of time;” or
    • “This power of attorney is effective on the disability or incapacity of the principal.”[1]
  • Incapacity – Referred to as “disability” and means “means a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities.”[2]
  • Signing Requirements – Must be signed by a witness and notary public.[3]