A Wyoming durable power of attorney form empowers an agent to manage financial matters on behalf of a principal without government filing or registration. It is essential for the principal to choose a trusted agent.
In Wyoming, power of attorney forms are durable by default.
- Relevant Laws: §§ 3-9-101 — 3-9-123 (Uniform Power of Attorney Act).
- Presumed Durable: Yes. § 3-9-104.
- Signing: Signature required. Witnesses are not mandated by law.
- Notarization: A signature is considered authentic if signed in front of a notary public or other authorized official. § 3-9-105.
- Statutory Form: Yes — § 3-9-301.