Originally Posted by sweatpea
I will most likely not be present when we close on our house. I want to handwrite a power of attorney and get it notarized. Will this be sufficient? Here is an example of what I will write:
To Whom It May Concern:
I, insert name, born on insert date with social security number insert number give sole power of attorney to my husband, insert name, in regards to any financial matter/decsion and any real estate matter/decision.
Will this be sufficient for closing and maybe other financial matters while I am out of town?
Heading on the document" Power of Attorney Limited"
I, _____________Born on__________ with SS #____________________
Driver License # ___________________give Limited Power of Attorney TO:_______________________________ for the sole purpose of in regard to the financial matter/decision reagarding the Real Estate Matter/decision. The Power of Attorney expires after the settlement of the Real Estate matter forecoming.
Just a though about the POA, not legal advise>