Power of Attorney witnesses
I’ve noticed that a Wilcots General P of A form rev 2-01 requires 2 witnesses in addition to the notary. Can these be anybody in the copy shop where the notary is, or do we have to bring people who know my mother to the notary, to act as witnesses? The witnesses signatures don’t have to be ”notarized” as well, do they?
If an older General Power of Attorney form requires only the notary signature, and not witnessess, can that one be used and be valid? Can one do two finanacial Power of Attorney forms simultaneously, one for RE (since apparently people in the field like a specific one) and a general one. The main purpose of this form is for me to start Probate if I need to . (Property is under a grandparent’s name….who is deceased…POA would be for parent to offspring)