Power of Attorney for Limited Guardianship
Perhaps you are going out of town on a short work assignment and leaving your child in the care of your mother-in-law. Or maybe your child’s best friend is joining your family on vacation. In either case, you may need a power of attorney for limited guardianship.
This form, good for up to one year, lets the adult in charge of the child make important decisions on the child’s behalf, such as authorizing medical decisions and signing permission slips for school field trips.
Learn More About Powers of Attorney
Powers of attorney are powerful tools to let you appoint someone else to make decisions about your money and real estate, health care, even your kids. But they can also be risky if you don’t understand which rights you are handing over. Bradford Publishing's concise booklet, Using Powers of Attorney in Colorado, walks you through the different types, and their limits and advantages, helping you understand what will work best for you and your family.