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.
A General Power of Attorney document authorizes an individual to act on his or her behalf in legal, financial, and business matters.
This form includes guidelines to ensure you properly provide written notice that all powers granted under a Power of Attorney are revoked.
Allows a single parent or one custodial parent to grant a Power of Attorney for the Care of Children.
Durable Power of Attorney Form that takes effect immediately.
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