Self-help Law

 Power of Attorney

This range of US power of attorney documents allow you to delegate authority to someone else to act on your behalf in various situations.

Power of attorney for health care


Allows you to appoint another person to make health care decisions on your behalf. This form sets out the name of the person who is so empowered and the specific powers granted to that individual in regard to your health.


General power of attorney


A General Power of Attorney document authorizes an individual to act on his or her behalf in legal, financial, and business matters.


Revocation of power of attorney (general)


This form includes guidelines to ensure you properly provide written notice that all powers granted under a Power of Attorney are revoked.


Care of children power of attorney - one parent


Allows a single parent or one custodial parent to grant a Power of Attorney for the Care of Children.


Durable power of attorney effective immediately


Durable Power of Attorney Form that takes effect immediately.


HowToLaw has partnered with

Here you may discuss your legal issue with Lawyer specialising in Family, Employment, Immigration, Property, Business, Consumer Protection, Estate Law and more.

Not Legal Advice Disclaimer: Nothing on this website constitutes legal advice. HowToLaw is not a law firm and provides legal information for educational purposes only. For legal advice, you should consult a lawyer.
© 2001 - 2018 HowToLaw. All Rights Reserved. Website by eDIY