Download Free Minnesota Durable Power of Attorney Form
Use this form for financial decision making. Select someone else to handle any and all your financial decisions by signing this form with the person you select and signing in front of a public notary.
The powers granted by this document are broad and sweeping. They are defined in Minnesota Statutes, section 523.24. If you have any questions about these powers, obtain competent advice.This power of attorney may be revoked by you if you wish to do so. This power of attorney is automatically terminated if it is to your spouse and proceedings are commenced for dissolution, legal separation, or annulment of your marriage. This power of attorney authorizes, but does not require, the attorney-in-fact to act for you.