Massachusetts Minor Child Power of Attorney Form

In addition to the fulfilling parental or guardianship obligations, individuals may need to carry out personal or business tasks. When these tasks prevent them from being able to provide the care their child legally requires, they can complete a Massachusetts Minor Child Power of Attorney. This legal form lawfully empowers an individual elected by the parents (called the Agent) to carry out tasks in their stead, such as those related to their child’s schooling, health, recreation activities, and any other areas specified in the form.

 

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State Laws & Signing Requirements

State Laws – Massachusetts Uniform Probate Code

Signing Requirements (Chapter 201D, Section 5-202) – State law mandates that a Minor Child Power of Attorney must be signed by a parent or guardian. Their signature must also be attested by a minimum of two (2) witnesses.