This is a Rhode Island General Financial Power of Attorney Form which is a legal document that you can use to grant financial powers to a person, and he can take financial decisions on your behalf. This document is only applicable to create power-of-attorney in the state of Rhode Island.
How to fill this Rhode Island General Financial Power of Attorney Form?
The first section of this document contains four points that deal with the legal aspect of creating a power-of-attorney. The fact that this agreement does not give your learning any authority in the restrictions quests in financial powers to your attorney in fact. Any party that takes part in this power-of-attorney must be at least 18 years of age. Once you have authorized this general financial power of attorney form any previous general financial power of attorney you have created will be considered revoked.
Since this is a general financial power of attorney document the power-of-attorney does not stay in effect if you the principal or incapacitated in any way. You have complete right to revoke this power of attorney at any time. For this document to be considered valid it should be signed by two adult witnesses and be notarized by a Notary Public.
On page 2 of this Rhode Island General Financial Power of Attorney Form, you will find blank spaces for you to fill in the following details; your name and full address. Full name of your attorney-in-fact and his complete address. If the attorney originally named cannot or is not willing to serve then you can appoint a successor attorney-in-fact and the same details for him as well.
Points twelve of this document has the space for your signature and the date on which you are signing this document. The next point is reserved for the attorney-in-fact’s Signature and date. The last section is for the notarization of this Rhode Island General Financial Power of Attorney Form by a Notary Public. There are also spaces for the signatures of the two witnesses. You can download document by clicking on the link below.