Power of Attorney Witnesses, Generally
Pennsylvania does not require witnesses for a power of attorney that is personally executed by the principal and which does not pertain to health care matters.  Health care powers of attorney require two subscribing witnesses.

Powers of attorney that are signed by mark or by another person also require two subscribing witnesses for validity without regard to their content.

See: Signing By Mark; Signing By Another Person

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