Missouri Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney Form
The Missouri Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney is a document that can help an individual (named the Principal) to better organize both their real estate affairs and other aspects of their life. By selecting a skilled Agent to manage their real estate affairs on their behalf, a Principal may find that the Agent is able to do a comparatively better job of handling their real estate affairs than they would themselves. Moreover, by delegating tasks to their Agent, a Principal may also gain more time to attend to other pertinent personal and business matters instead.
State Laws & Signing Requirements
State Laws – Durable Power of Attorney
Signing Requirements – Any Principal to a Real Estate (Property) Power of Attorney in the state of Missouri does not need to worry about upholding any particular state-mandated signing requirements as none exist. There are, however, is a recommendation made by many legal professionals that they should take into account. That is, it is a wise idea to sign the Power of Attorney before a Notary Public and two (2) witnesses, as these actions reinforce the legitimacy of the document.