Thanks for your question and good day to you.Yes you can have him sign it and notarized there in South Dakota while he is present there.This is not a problem to do so.
Here are the Kansas POA laws for reference.
If you are trying to use this for business in Kansas here where he lives you do a Kansas POA but modify the notary signing to South Dakota.
Here is a good video that might help you.
It's necessary to use the Kansas POA then ... and if business is also in South Dakota, then another POA form is necessary?
You may need two of them here if you need to do business in two states, each one meets that states requirements.
Do both KS and SD provide the online forms to prepare the DPA?
Thanks. I'll check all those links. You've been very helpful!
I could not find free ones.I have had good luck with US legal overall, they come with instructions to help you complete them, etc.
You are welcome.
If you can leave a positive rating it is much appreciated.
Good luck here with brother.
Have you ever used Rocket Lawyer? They have free docs for a week trial.
Yes they have these too, you can use them as well.
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Good day to you and thanks.
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