(D) To disclaim a gift or devise of property to or for the benefit of the Principal, Including but limited to the ability to disclaim or release any power of appointment granted to the Principal and the ability to disclaim all or part of the Principal’s interest in appointive property to the extent authorized under sections 456.970 to 4556.1135 of the Missouri Revised Statutes.
(E) To create or change survivorship interests in the Principal’s property or in property in which the Principal may have an interest;
(F) To designate or change the designation of beneficiaries to receive any property, benefit or contract right on the Principal’s death;
(G) To give or withhold consent to an autopsy or postmortem examination;
(H) To make an anatomical gift of, or prohibit an anatomical gift of all or part of the Principal’s body;
(I) To nominate a guardian or conservator for the Principal, and the Agent may nominate themselves as such;
(J) To designate one or more substitute or successor or additional Agents Note:this MUST be initialed if you name a Successor Agent;
(K) To exercise, to revoke, or amend the release of, or to contract to exercise or not to exercise any power of appointment granted to the Principal to the extent authorized under Sections 456.970 to 456.1135 of the Missouri Revised Statutes.
No power of attorney that delegates general powers, may delegate or grant power or authority to an Agent to do or carry out any of the following actions for the Principal:
To make, publish, declare, amend or revoke a will for the Principal;
To make, execute, modify or revoke a living will declaration for the Principal;
To require the Principal, against his or her will, to take any action or to refrain from taking any action; or