Alabama Power of Attorney Law

Power of Attorney and Health Care – General – Alabama

General:  Alabama has adopted the Uniform Power of Attorney Act and may be found in Ala. Code 26-1A-101 et. seq.

Execution: This power of attorney must be in writing, signed by the principal, dated and notarized. The Principal should sign the power of attorney in the presence of the notary or other person taking the acknowledgment.

Recording: This Power of Attorney must be recorded to be valid in Alabama. Section 35-4-28. The power of attorney is to be recorded in the Office of the Probate Judge of the County where the property is located. Section 35-4-50 Section 35-4-62

General: The age of majority in Alabama is 19. Section 26-1-1

 


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