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Power of Attorney

Provides written authorization for someone to represent you or act on your behalf in private, business, or other legal matters.

This document may be requested when a person is legally unable to make decisions, attend a meeting, or sign documents. When a transaction is handled by someone other than the person named on the documents, verification of POA is required.

If a POA is being used in a transaction, you may be asked to provide court documents or a letter from a medical professional to verify level of authority or incapacitation, in addition to providing the POA document.

Tips for a smoother application process

  • Make sure documents are clear and legible.
  • Don't alter any pages (no strikethroughs, cross-outs, etc.).
  • Send all pages, even the blank ones.