Can a person give power of attorney without going to court or signing papers in front of a notary?

Full Question:

Can a person give power of attorney without going to court or signing papers in front of a notary?
04/09/2017   |   Category: Power of Attorney   |   State: Arkansas   |   #35405

Answer:

It is not necessary to go to Court to execute a Power of Attorney. Most Power of Attorney forms should be signed in front of a Notary.  Some may allow for two witnesses but a notary is preferred.