A power of attorney is a legal document that allows someone you trust to make decisions on your behalf. An apostille is a certificate that authenticates the origin of a document for use in another country.
A power of attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the power to act on your behalf. In order for the document to be valid in another country, it must be apostilled by the Secretary of State where the document was notarized. An Apostille can be obtained by contacting the Hawaii Attorney General's office. Apostilles can only be issued for documents issued by a public authority. For example, diplomas, transcripts, birth certificates, marriage certificates, death certificates, and court documents can be apostilled. Documents not issued by a public authority cannot be apostilled. For example, letters, contracts, articles of incorporation, and hospital records cannot be apostilled.
In order to get an apostille for a power of attorney in Hawaii, you must first have the document notarized by a notary public. Next, you must submit the notarized document to the County Clerk's Office for verification. Finally, you must submit the verified document to the Hawaii Department of Health for certification.
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