So I don’t think this qualifies as asking for legal advice, it’s more like asking about asking for legal advice
Anyone have experience using any sort of online (preferably free) legal forms. I’m needing to do a power of attorney (POA)for my mother who is in a nursing facility. Everywhere I go seems to indicate that POAs are really informal and easy to do yourself, but can vary from state to state. And the boilerplate advice when you do online searches is to “be careful / it might not hold up in court.” So which is it? Looks like all you need is the blanks to put who is giving the power and who is receiving the power, a witness and a notary.
And who exactly would be taking this to court to challenge it’s validity? I suppose the answer to that might be heirs / other family members. But if me and my only brother are both listed as agents and successor agents then I can’t see who might even get this thing in a court for them to say it isn’t valid.
Oh and bonus points if there is somewhere I can go and just get the correct (state of Georgia) form from an “official” web page. The only GA form I found was for tax matters.