Florida Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

The Florida Limited (Special) Power of Attorney gives a party called the Principal the option to bestow decision making powers to an Attorney-in-Fact (otherwise referred to as an Agent). By doing so, the Principal will grant the Attorney-in-Fact with the legal capacity to represent them when carrying out one or more tasks of a specific nature. For instance, filing their taxes, applying for a certificate of title, or minding their children when they are interstate. 

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Powers of Attorney

Signing Requirements (§ 709.2105) – A Limited Power of Attorney that is executed in the state of Florida must be signed by the Principal both a) in the presence of two (2) witnesses and b) acknowledged by a Notary Public.