Can a Power of Attorney’s Attorney-in-Fact Sign Bankruptcy Documents on Behalf of a Grantor?

“Ask Standard Legal” is not aware of any situation where a Power of Attorney can be used by the attorney-in-fact to sign a Bankruptcy petition on behalf of the grantor.

Bankruptcy documents call for the attestation that the personal financial information provided to the Bankruptcy Court is true and fully accurate; typically, such an attestation could never be made by anyone except by the filer directly.