A Power of attorney letter for child care is a letter of attorney that is written by the parent or guardian of a child to some temporary guardian to give them the power to take care of their child for a given period of time. This letter to attorney gives a power of attorney to a temporary guardian to make all or necessary medical decisions about your child. This sample attorney letter also contains the space for notary public signature and seal.
Power of attorney letter for child care starts with the name of person who is giving power to attorney, his complete address along with city or state information and phone number. Then next comes the date and subject of letter as “to whom it may concern”. Then next starts the body of the letter that gives all the details about the parent or guardian who is giving power of attorney to a temporary guardian. The details about the child, the date and the authorized activities are mentioned in this part of the letter.
The power of attorney letter for child care ends with the name of the parent, signature, complete address along with city and country and the notary public signature and seal along with the brief description. This happens generally in situations where parents or guardians have to go out of country or out of city and cannot take their children with them or if parents are hospitalized for a certain period and they want some supervision for their children in their absence.
Here is preview of power of attorney letter for child care.