Texas General Financial Power of Attorney Form

The Texas general financial power of attorney form is also called a “Universal” powers document, meaning that the Principal shall prepare the document and provide it to their selected Attorney In Fact/ Agent to perform any act on any level that is requested by the Principal. The document shall remain in effect and supersede any incapacity or disability to the fullest extent of Texas State Law

This document must be acknowledged by a Notary Public. The document may be revoked, by the Principal, in writing and by delivery or service to the Agent.

How to Write

Step 1 – Location –

  • Enter the County where the document shall be executed

Step 2 – The Parties –

  • Submit the name of the Principal
  • Enter the County in which the Principal resides
  • AND
  • Provide the name of the appointed Attorney In Fact/Agent
  • Enter the Agent’s County of residence
  • The Principal must read the entire remainder of the paragraph

Step 3 – Notarization –

  • The Principal must enter the date of the application of their signature
  • Submit the Principal’s signature before the Notary Public
  • Once the Notary has witnessed the Principal’s signature, the Notary shall complete the document with the state required information to authenticate the document