A North Carolina Power of Attorney is a legal document granting an individual the authority to make decisions on behalf of another person, referred to as the “principal.” The appointed decision-maker is known as the “agent.” A power of attorney form confers this authority and is an essential legal document that should be carefully considered before being assigned.
Laws & Requirements
DMV Power of Attorney (Form MVR-63)
Appoint someone to act for you with the division of motor vehicles in North Carolina.
Signing Requirements: Notary public.
Power of Attorney for Care of Minor Child
Use if your child is younger than 18 years and you wish to nominate another person to assume temporary parental responsibility for matters pertaining to medical care of the child.