2010 Arkansas Code
Title 28 - Wills, Estates, and Fiduciary Relationships
Subtitle 5 - Fiduciary Relationships
Chapter 68 - Powers Of Attorney
Subchapter 4 - Uniform Statutory Form Power of Attorney Act
§ 28-68-402 - Durable power of attorney.

28-68-402. Durable power of attorney.

A power of attorney legally sufficient under this subchapter is durable to the extent that durable powers are permitted by other law of this State and the power of attorney contains language, such as "This power of attorney will continue to be effective if I become disabled, incapacitated, or incompetent," showing the intent of the principal that the power granted may be exercised notwithstanding later disability, incapacity, or incompetency.

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