Kentucky General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form

If an individual wishes to delegate the handling of their financial affairs to another party, but only while they are able to still do so themselves, they should use a Kentucky General (Financial) Power of Attorney. The proper execution of the form provided here makes this arrangement between the individual (referred to as the Principal) and the other party who will act on their behalf (their Agent) legally-binding. In signing their names to a Power of Attorney, both the Principal and the Agent will be legally required to uphold all relevant terms.


State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Uniform Power of Attorney Act

Signing Requirements (§ 457.050) – A Kentucky General (Financial) Power of Attorney Form needs to abide by the particular signing requirements state Power of Attorney laws outline. That is, the Principal should sign their name before two (2) witnesses and a Notary Public.