Massachusetts Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

The Massachusetts Limited (Special) Power of Attorney can be filled out by any person (referred to as the Principal) who has a specific matter in mind that they would prefer an Attorney-in-Fact (otherwise known as an Agent) to handle. In effect, this form will delegate their decision making powers to the individual or entity they nominate to be their Attorney-in-Fact. Wielding these powers, the Attorney-in-Fact will be required to complete any tasks related to the specific matter with the Principal’s best interests always in center focus.

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code

Signing Requirements – According to most legal professionals, in the absence of signing requirements (as is the case for a Massachusetts Limited (Special) Power of Attorney), it is best for the Principal to sign their name before two (2) disinterested witnesses and/or an official authorized to acknowledge signatures, such as a Notary Public.