Connecticut Power of Attorney Forms


Connecticut power of attorney forms allow for a person to handle someone else’s financial or medical situations in the chance the person being represented cannot do so for themselves. Download the durable, general, limited, medical, and tax power of attorney forms in Adobe PDF (.pdf) and Microsoft Word (.doc).

The person selected to be the “Attorney-in-Fact” person need not be a licensed attorney, and in fact, seldom is. The key factors that are applicable to choosing this person are integrity, honesty, and familiarity with you, your values, and the choices you yourself would be most likely to make if were still able to do so. It is also important that Attorney-In-Fact be available locally, because that will make it easier for the chosen individual to handle those needs that are more easily attended to in person rather than over the phone or via fax and or the internet. All forms are in accordance with Connecticut law Chapter 7 – Statutory Short Form Power of Attorney.




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Assign a person to handle any type of banking related transaction. The document only allows for specific transactions from a sole bank account. The bank institution name and account number must be included on the form and the signatures must be witnessed by at least two persons or a notary public.

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In Connecticut, through a legal document called the Connecticut Financial Power of Attorney, we can appoint what is called an Attorney-In-Fact to chart the course of our financial affairs and to attend to day-to-day matters. If this important legal device is not proactively taken advantage of, you yourself will no longer have even indirect control over your financial affairs, and the necessary direction may have…

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Permits a person residing in Connecticut to choose an agent to handle any type of  financial decision on behalf of another. If the person being representative (“Principal”) can no longer think for themselves because of a mental condition the form becomes void. If the principal would like a document where the agent may be able to act to their benefit even under incapacitation then the…

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Choose an agent to handle a specific financial matter on your behalf. The form becomes void once the assignment has been completed, at the expiration date of the document, or at any other preference as designated by the principal. The document is most commonly used for electing someone, usually an attorney, to handle a real estate transaction on the other person’s behalf.

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In Connecticut, a form called the Health Care Instructions and Appointment of a Health Care Representative allows you to chart the direction of your health care even when you are disabled and not able to actively direct the course of events. Through this document, you create a Living Will and you choose a Health Care Representative. Via the Living Will, you can specify under what…

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The tax power of attorney form for Connecticut, also known as the LGL-001, Lets you choose a person, typically a CPA or attorney with tax experience, to handle your tax filing within the State of Connecticut. The form allows the principal to delegate the necessary tax powers to an agent; ˆReceive, but not to endorse and collect, checks (made payable to the taxpayer mentioned above)…

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