General Power of Attorney With Durrable Provision

TO ALL PERSONS, be it known, that [Name] of [City], [State], the undersigned Grantor, do hereby make and grant a general power of attorney to [Name] of [City], [State], and do thereupon constitute and appoint said individual as my attorney-in-fact.

My attorney in fact shall have full powers and authority to do and undertake all acts on my behalf that I could do personally, with full power of substitution and revocation, including but not limited by said authority the right to sell, deed, buy, trade, lease, mortgage, assign, rent or dispose of any of my present or future real or personal property; the right to execute, accept, undertake and perform any and all contracts in my name; the right to deposit, endorse, or withdraw funds to or from any of my bank accounts, depositories or safe deposit box; the right to borrow, lend, invest or reinvest funds on any terms; the right to initiate, defend, commence or settle legal actions on my behalf; the right to vote (in person or by proxy) any shares or beneficial interest in any entity, and the right to retain any accountant, attorney or other advisor deemed necessary to protect my interests generally or relative to any foregoing unlimited power.

My attorney in fact hereby accepts this appointment subject to its terms and agrees to act and perform in said fiduciary capacity consistent with my best interests as he in his best discretion deems advisable, and I affirm and ratify all acts so undertaken.

Special durable provisions:

This power of attorney ___ shall be revoked upon ___ shall not be affected by disability of the Grantor, and shall otherwise ___ continue in full force and effect until revoked by subsequent writing ____ become null and void after date of [Day] [Month], [Year](initial provisions which apply).

Other terms:

Signed under seal this [Day] day of [Month], [Year]. Signed in the presence of:


Attorney in Fact

State of
County of

Then Personally appeared [Name of Grantor], The above named, Grantor
who known to me, signed or acknowledged the foregoing executed Power of Attorney as his or her free act and deed, before me.

Notary Public
My commission Expires:


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