Power of Attorney and Health Care – General – Arizona
A power of attorney shall be signed and dated by the principal by signature or mark, or by another on behalf of and at the direction of the principal. If the power of attorney is executed by mark or by another individual, then it shall be witnessed by two individuals, each of whom is 18 years of age or older. A witness shall not be the individual who signed the power of attorney on behalf of and at the direction of the principal. A general power of attorney does not have the authority to: delegate rights or duties which are personal in nature; make or revoke wills or living wills; enter into marriage contracts or initiate divorce.