A Michigan power of attorney is a document that allows an individual (the “principal”) to empower a person of their choosing (the “agent” or the “attorney-in-fact”) to perform the principal’s business and financial duties or make important health care decisions on their behalf.
Laws & Requirements
Signing Requirements: The power of attorney form in Michigan must be acknowledged by a notary public or signed in the presence of two witnesses (§ 700.5501).
Michigan Power of Attorney – By Type
Vehicle Power of Attorney (TR-128)
Appoints an agent to represent you regarding vehicle (motor vehicle, watercraft, or mobile home) transactions.
Signing Requirements: Principal only.