A power of attorney is a written authorization for someone to act as your agent for financial or legal purposes. An apostille is a certificate that is used to authenticate documents for use in another country.
A apostille on a power of attorney is used to authenticate the document for use in another country. The apostille assures authorities in the foreign country that the document is genuine and was properly signed and notarized. An Apostille can be obtained in Michigan through the Michigan Secretary of State's office. In order for a document to be apostilled, it must be an original or certified copy that has been signed by a public official. Public officials include but are not limited to notaries public, court clerks, and county recorders.
In order to get an apostille for a power of attorney in Michigan, you first need to get the document notarized. Once the document is notarized, you must then take it to the county clerk's office and have them certified. After the county clerk has certified the document, you must then take it to the Michigan Department of State and have them stamp it with an apostille.
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