Alabama Limited (Special) Power of Attorney Form

The Alabama limited (special) power of attorney form is a written delegation of authority to an individual to act for someone else for a specific duty or obligation such as accepting mail, picking up a car, opening a safety deposit box, making bank deposits/withdrawals, or otherwise performing any other type of responsibility on behalf of the principal.

The form must follow the same laws listed for the Durable Form which means that this document is required to be signed in the presence of a Notary Public (§ 26-1A-105).

How To Write

Step 1 – Download the form in PDF format and open it in the PDF viewer of your choice.

Step 2 – The full name of the Principal must be supplied in the first field followed by their Social Security Number.

Step 3 – Next, the full name of the Attorney-in-Fact must be supplied along with their complete address and phone number.

Step 4 – The acts for which the Attorney-in-Fact has the power to undertake should be listed and explained as clearly as possible.

Step 5 – Initial beside and check each of the following applicable options for power revocation:

  • By the Principal at anytime
  • When the one (1) time power of attorney responsibility has been completed
  • On a specific date (provide date)

Step 6 – Provide the date, your signature and your printed name.

Step 7 – The Attorney-in-Fact must then provide their full name, sign the second page, and print their name under the signature.

Step 8 (Optional) – Witnesses (if any) one and two must submit their printed names, provide their signatures, and enter in their full addresses.

Step 9 – The Notary Public must acknowledge the signature of the Principal by supplying the following:

  • State
  • County
  • Date
  • Signature
  • Commission expiration