Tennessee Medical Power of Attorney Form

The Tennessee Power Of Attorney Form lets the principal choose an appointed person known as `The Agent` to have power of attorney should they become incapacitated and unable to choose themselves. The principal may alter the specific details regarding this power of attorney to suit their own personal preferences. This document requires attestation by two (2) witnesses or a notary public in accordance with § 68-11-1803(b)§ 34-6-203(a)(3).

How to Write

Durable Power Of Attorney

The principal, agents, witnesses, and/or notary must enter their details.

  • Agent`s name.
  • Alternative agent`s name.
  • Date.
  • Principals signature.
  • Principal`s name.
  • Witnesses signatures.
  • County.
  • Date.
  • Principal`s name.
  • Notary`s name.
  • Notary`s signature.
  • Date of expiration of commission.