Illinois Minor Child Power of Attorney
The Illinois Minor Child Power of Attorney is a legally-binding document that comprises of terms that, put into effect, delegate parental or guardianship responsibilities to a party nominated by a parent/s or guardian/s. The party, referred to as the Agent or Attorney-in-Fact, will be obligated to act in line with the stipulations detailed in the document. For example, it may be stipulated that they can only exercise decision making powers in certain situations, and that these powers regard one specific issue, but not another.
State Laws – Illinois Power of Attorney Act
Signing Requirements (ILCS 45/3-3) – The Principal must sign the POA in front of at least one (1) witness in addition to a Notary Public.