This Lease Agreement is legally binding in Wyoming according to your state's specific rules and regulations.
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In Wyoming, a power of attorney form is an important written tool used in estate planning. You use a power of attorney to outline your wishes and appoint someone, known as your attorney in fact, who will make decisions in your best interest in the event that you cannot do it on your own. Your third party will be legally authorized to make decisions for you regarding medical treatment, longterm care, personal property, and finances. Choose your attorney in fact carefully. To execute a power of attorney form in Wyoming, you must sign it in front of two witnesses and have a notary public present. In Wyoming, the most commonly used power of attorney forms are the durable power of attorney and the general power of attorney.