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Power of Attorney Registration Application

Earn $125.00 - $200.00 as a Notary Signing Agent

Business Form - Application

Billing Information

Name of person who is granting the Power of Attorney?

Who do you wish to act on your behalf?

The person appointed by the principal, and given authority to act for the principal, is called the Attorney-in-fact. Please list the details.

Alternate Attorney-in-fact Details

The power to act on your behalf will be granted in these specific areas:

About Attorney-in-fact compensation

Depending on the kind of relationship you have with the person who will be acting as your Attorney-in-fact, you will have to consider how they should be paid for their services.

You can stipulate in your document that your Attorney-in-fact will not receive any payment except the reimbursement of out-of-pocket expenses as this is the starting point for compensation, or you can agree to pay your Attorney-in-fact a specified amount. If you prefer, you can authorize your Attorney-in-fact to pay him or herself a reasonable amount for acting for you.

Out-of-pocket expenses are expenses that your Attorney-in-fact pays out of his or her own pocket while performing tasks related to this Power of Attorney.

These expenses would include gasoline, parking, administration fees, etc.

Select any options you wish to apply to your Power of Attorney:

Select any options you wish to apply to your Power of Attorney: