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Power of Attorney Forms

A power of attorney is created by a legal document that allows someone else to act on your behalf. There are several types to choose from, including Healthcare Power of Attorney, Durable Power of Attorney, and General Power of Attorney. These documents vary from state to state.

SaveWealth.com has partnered with US Legal Forms to provide you with specific power of attorney forms for use in your state. These forms do not replace the advice and counsel of an attorney. Always consult with an experienced attorney if you have questions about establishing your own Power of Attorney.

To begin searching for Power of Attorney forms, please select your state below!

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Why Plan Your Estate?
Introduction to Wills
Living Trusts
The Perils of Probate
Durable and Medical Power of Attorney
Taxes, taxes, taxes!
Creating a Second Estate
Dynasty Trusts
The Legacy Trust
Family Limited Partnerships (FLiPs)
Charitable Trusts
Building on a Solid Foundation
Funding Your Estate Plan
Choosing a Qualified Attorney
How You Can Plan for Your Own Estate

 

 

 
 
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