General Power of Attorney Nevada Form – Adobe PDF
The Nevada general power of attorney document allows for a resident to identify another person (Just like the Durable Form) to handle any and all financial related transactions and determinations on the other person’s account. All decisions made must be to the best interests and benefit of the person being represented.
The key difference between this form and the durable is that the general does not remain valid if the principal, or person being represented, should become in a vegetative state or no longer able to think for themselves due to mental instability. More commonly, being incapacitated can be described as having dementia or alzheimer’s disease.