An Alabama minor (child) power of attorney is a legal document that allows parents or legal guardians to grant temporary authority to another individual when they are unable to fulfill their parental duties due to travel, illness, or other reasonable circumstances.
The document ensures that the designated agent can effectively manage the well-being and interests of the child for a period of up to one year, allowing parents to set precise start and end dates.
Where to Record: Probate Judge Offices.
Signing Requirements: Notary public (§ 26-1A-105).
Length of Validity: One year (§ 26-2A-7(a)).