The Arizona Parental Power of Attorney Form or also known as Arizona Delegation of Powers by Parent is used where you want to temporarily grant the authority over your child, or children to someone else in the State of Arizona.
The attorney-in-fact or agent would have the rights to perform and act on the parents behalf in making decisions for the children. However the agent does not have the rights to authorizing marriage or adoption for minor children.
How to Fill the Arizona Parental Power of Attorney Form (Delegation of Powers by Parent)
The form begins with the full and legal name (first, middle, last) of the original parent of the child along the complete details of all the children (if there are more than one) including full and legal names (first, middle, last) and date of birth for each of them individually, then the full and legal name (first, middle, last) of the attorney-in-fact needs to be stated followed by the complete address along with the zip code.
In the next section, the responsibilities that are to be allotted needs to be confirmed and mentioned along with the duration of the same which cannot be for more than six months and not more than a year for military personnel. After that, the revocation procedure of the power is also stated.
Lastly, the principal needs to sign the document along with their full name certifying the that they are giving the authority to take decisions which are in best interest of the child/children on behalf of the principal and that the attorney-in-facts decision shall be equal to theirs followed by the full name and signature of a witness. This document also needs to be notarized by the Notary Public for it to be considered legal.