This is a Florida Limited Springing Power Of Attorney Form, this form lets you create a conditional limited power of attorney that begins after certain terms and conditions are met. Once the Power-of-Attorney comes into effect the Attorney-in-Fact that you assign can then begin to take actions on your behalf. This power-of-attorney the beans in effect only until the specified task or act is completed by Attorney-in-Fact.
How to fill this Florida Limited Springing Power Of Attorney Form?
The first section of this form contains four points which provide details about the kind of power-of-attorney. The first point is the notice that tells you that this form is used to transfer Limited financial powers to your attorney-in-fact and that it remains active only for the period of completion of the task that is set in this form. Point two deals with the clause of incapacitation and whether this power-of-attorney remains active in case of incapacitation of the principal. Point three deals with the clauses under which this power-of-attorney can be revoked. Point for basically tells you that to validate this document is a limited power-of-attorney it needs to be acknowledged before a Notary Public or signed by at least two adult witnesses.
The second page of this form contains blanks for you to fill in the following details; your name (name of principal) your address including city, state. The name of the person whom you are assigning as your attorney-in-fact, that person’s address. A detailed description of the exact powers that are being granted to the attorney-in-fact by this Florida Limited Springing Power Of Attorney Form. You can also name a successor attorney-in-fact if the original attorney-in-fact cannot or is unwilling to serve.
The second last page of this form contains the witness attestation section, if you are not going to get this power-of-attorney acknowledged by a Notary Public in two adult witnesses must enter their names and their signatures in this witness attestation section. The witnesses must sign this document at the same time and the attorney-in-fact signing it.
The last page of this Florida Limited Springing Power Of Attorney Form contains the acknowledgement for the Notary Public which must be completed by the notary. The last section of this form is the acceptance of appointment by your attorney-in-fact. You can download this form by clicking on the link below.