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 Limited Non-durable Power of Attorney for Minor Child(ren) Care  

Limited Non-durable
Power of Attorney for
Minor Child(ren) Care

 
  The Limited Non-durable Power of Attorney for Child (ren) Care (Specific or Special Power of Attorney) is an important legal document. It gives the person whom you designate (your "Agent", "attorney-in-fact") broad powers regarding minor child(ren).
 
The powers you grant in the Limited Non durable Power of Attorney for Child Care CEASE to be effective should you become disabled or incompetent.
 
Power of Attorney Forms The Limited Non-durable Power of Attorney for Child Care is valid for the time period you specify in it, or until you revoke this Power of Attorney for Child Care.
 
This type of Power of Attorney will authorize the person you have appointed to perform all legal acts that you could have done yourself as a parent.
 
A Child Care Power of Attorney authorizes the Agent to have temporary custody of an unmarried minor child with whom the minor child may reside and to make medical decisions regarding said child. Parents may travel without their children but want someone else to care for the children and to consent to medical care in the event of an emergency.
 
By using this type of the Power of Attorney you can grant one or more of the following powers:
  • to consent for emergency medical treatment;
  • to authorize all necessary medical treatment, including surgery and hospitalization;
  • to provide for the safety of the child;
  • to provide for the education, and welfare of the child;
  • to provide for enrollment in a school or sport activities;
  • to sign documents in connection with the care and medical treatment;
  • to perform any parental acts regarding discipline and supervision, arbitration of disputes,
  • to act as a guardian for custody of the child;
  • other powers regarding your child (for example: travel arrangements, picking the child up from school, etc).
These powers are explained more fully in the uniform statutory form Power of Attorney act, which expressly permits the use of any other or different form of Power of Attorney.
 
The Limited Non-Durable Power of Attorney for Child Care must be dated and acknowledged before a notary public or signed by two witnesses.
 
If there is anything about this form that you do not understand, you should ask a lawyer to explain it to you.
 
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