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Kansas General (Financial) Power of Attorney

A Kansas general power of attorney documents the authority being granted to an agent to act on behalf of a principal in financial and other matters. A general power is different from a durable power because it can be set to automatically terminate when the principal is incapacitated.
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Laws

  • Statutes – Article 6 — Powers and Letters of Attorney
  • Authority (K.S.A. 58-654) – An agent under a power of attorney may act on behalf of the principal and exercise broad authority as granted by the agreement.
  • Signing Requirements (K.S.A. 58-652) – The principal must have their signature acknowledged in the presence of a notary public.