Arizona General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form


An Arizona General (Financial) Power of Attorney makes it legally possible for an Agent to handle a Principal’s finances in some capacity on their behalf—whether it be to make investments, request money, or more generally manage their finances. The terms of a general type of POA state that it will be effective from the time of its validity up until the principal’s incapacity or death. If an individual prefers for the terms to continue in such circumstances, they should instead draft a Durable (Financial) Power of Attorney.

State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney (Chapter 5)

Signing Requirements (§ 26-1A-105) – It is a state law requirement that a General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form must be:

  • Witnesses by one (1) witness, and
  • Acknowledged by a Notary Public.