Connecticut General Statutory (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

The Connecticut General Statutory (Financial) Power of Attorney (POA) grants an Agent the necessary permission and subsequent decision making powers to oversee the Principal’s finances. It is critical that the POA expressly provides that it will be terminated upon the incapacity of the Principal—as this form does—as otherwise, the state law § 1-350c dictates that its terms will be considered durable (i.e. continue in the event of the Principal’s incapacity).


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 1-350d) – Signed by the Principal before a Notary Public, a commissioner of the Superior Court, or other individual authorized by law to take acknowledgments. If an individual will sign on the Principal’s behalf, two (2) witnesses must witness the signature.