Do you have a power of attorney form? Need to get it notarized? Consumers may need to notarize a power of attorney (POA) to designate someone to act on their behalf in the event that they’re not able to. Similarly, businesses may execute POAs as part of their business model, as is the case with auto insurers, wealth managers, or construction companies for example.
Whatever the POA case your situation calls for, you’ll need to get familiar with these four common types of power of attorney to ensure you execute the correct one.Read more