General Power of Attorney Hawaii Form – Adobe PDF
Under a Hawaii General Power of Attorney, the person you appoint to shepherd your financial affairs while you are not incapacitated is noted as your Attorney-In-Fact. He or she does not need to be an attorney, but should be honest, reliable, and should share your views on how to take care of business. Local availability is very important, as there will be many day-to-day tasks that are best handled in person.
You can terminate this agreement anytime you choose, as long as you are mentally competent to do so. If you appoint your spouse as your Attorney-In-Fact, the agreement is not automatically terminate as it is in many other states.
It is also a good idea to name an alternative Attorney-In-Fact when you compose the document, in case your first choice isn’t available when you need them.