Durable Power of Attorney Montana Form – Adobe PDF

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Through the Montana statutory financial power of attorney, a person, known as the ‘Principal’, may name a trusted individual as your ‘agent’ to manage your business decisions, transactions, and assets. Therefore the individual chosen should be available within the immediate area when and if the time comes to superintend your affairs. The most common people given the designation are the principal’s spouse, close friend(s) or relative(s) (if the husband or wife is chosen it is important to note that the designation does not automatically end with divorce as in most States).

The form must be signed in the presence of a notary public and once complete the agent selected will have the following powers;

  • Real Property
  • Tangible Personal Property
  • Stocks and Bonds
  • Commodities and Options
  • Banks and Other Financial Institutions
  • Operation of Entity or Business
  • Insurance and Annuities
  • Estates, Trusts, and Other Beneficial Interests
  • Claims and Litigation
  • Personal and Family Maintenance
  • Benefits from Governmental Programs or Civil or Military Service
  • Retirement Plans
  • Taxes

Before acting the agent should review their full duties under the laws of Montana