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A power of attorney form is a document that authorizes another person to act on behalf of the individual granting the power of attorney.
Our power of attorney forms are not produced by software programs and you do not have to fill them out online, nor give out your personal information. These forms were drafted by a licensed attorney and you may download them to fill out in the privacy of your home or office.
These power of attorney forms will cover most situations that people will face in their personal or business lives.
1) Specific or Limited Power of Attorney authorizes the attorney-in-fact to act on specific matters. For example: The selling or buying of personal property, handling of special business transactions, taking care of certain banking transactions, or any other tasks or transactions you would like done. This power of attorney cannot be used for health care.
2) Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care
is used for authorizing a person to make medical and health care decisions for you when you are no longer capable of making them for yourself.
Your agent will be able to make all health-care decisions including the type of treatment, location of treatment, and in addition, the right to refuse or decline life prolonging treatment to keep you alive. Special instructions can be included in this form so your wishes are followed exactly as you would like them to be.
3) Durable Financial Power Of Attorney is a legal document that gives another person partial, or sometimes complete control of another persons finances. You can choose to have the durable power of attorney for finances become effective immediately, or if you ever become incapacitated and cannot make decisions for yourself.
The financial power of attorney will keep you in charge of your own
destiny and will let you decide who will have the legal authority to
act for you. Your designated attorney-in-fact can pay bills, deposit
checks, handle taxes, stocks, sell real estate, - in short, everything you could yourself.
4) A Revocation Form is the form used to revoke or discontinue any of the power of attorney forms listed above. We include this form free of charge with the purchase of any of our power of attorney forms.