Iowa General (Financial) Power of Attorney

The Iowa General (Financial) Power of Attorney fulfills an individual’s objective to bestow decision making powers to the Attorney-in-Fact they name. With these powers, the Attorney-in-Fact will be legally able to act on their behalf to manage their finances in some way. In line with the provisions of a general type of Power of Attorney, the incapacity of the Principal will impact the duration of the document. That is, if the Principal becomes incapacitated at any point after its execution, it will be immediately terminated.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Iowa Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 633B.105) – Either a Notary Public or other authorized individual must acknowledge the Principal’s signature upon the General POA document.