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Question: Does AZ law allow for co-Agents on a Durable General Power of Attorney?

Answer: Yes, Arizona law does allow for more than one agent on a Durable General Power of Attorney Order. To establish joint power of attorney, the document needs to state what the powers or limitations are of each agent. Arizona has a variety of free, reduced rate, or paid legal help options. Most free or reduced rate legal help programs have eligibility requirements based on income or type of legal case. To apply for free or reduced rate legal assistance, visit: and click on “Click Here to Begin the Interview”. Or, you may call (866) 637-5341 and use the automated system to see if you meet eligibility for free/reduced cost legal help. You may also contact Arizona’s free legal help programs directly: Community Legal Services serves La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Yavapai, Yuma Counties DNA People’s Legal Services serves Coconino County and all of Navajo and Hopi Nations. Southern Arizona Legal Aid serves Apache, Cochise, Gila, Graham, Greenlee, Navajo, Pima, Pinal, and Santa Cruz Counties. Many Arizona Courts offer services or resources to help individuals that may be representing themselves in court. For court location and contact information, access to forms, live chat with law librarians, and legal information, visit: For help finding a lawyer, visit: State Bar of Arizona (statewide referral): Maricopa County Lawyer Referral: Pima County Lawyer Referral: Yavapai County Lawyer Referral:


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  • State Bar of Arizona
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