Oregon Power of Attorney Forms


Oregon Power of Attorney documents allow a resident to appoint an honest person to handle any and all financial and health care decisions on their behalf. All decisions and actions made on behalf of the person chosen must be to the principal’s best interest. The major reason to choose an agent that is trustworthy is that some of the documents remain in effect if you should become mentally incompetent (Durable). The condition may be temporary or permanent, in either case, you won’t be able to express your wishes for the conduct of your business affairs or for your health care choices. If you haven’t expressed your preferences in advance through a power of attorney form, your friends and family will be forced to appeal to the courts to supply the necessary guidelines to direct your affairs.
Under Oregon law (Chapter 127 – Declarations for Mental Health Treatment; Death with Dignity), after the form is complete it must be signed with at least two persons present or a notary public (including acknowledgment and stamp/seal).




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The Oregon durable power of attorney, with which you choose an agent, sometimes referred to as the “Attorney-in-Fact”, to manage your monetary affairs for your best interests. Your Agent, besides having your complete trust, must be someone who can handle everything from paying  simple bills to managing any investments or businesses. If you choose your spouse as your agent, be aware that in Oregon, the…

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The Oregon general power of attorney form is used to create a relationship whereas a person, known as the ‘Principal’, appoints a person whom they trust, known as the ‘Agent’,  with unlimited financial power to act on their behalf. After this document has been completed and signed in front of at least two persons (per Oregon law), the person selected will be able to make…

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The purpose of the limited power of attorney form is to grant another person, usually a close family member or a trusted professional (your “Agent”), specific monetary related powers that you wish for them to carry out on your behalf. The document allows for restricted financial capabilities that the principal must specifically identify in writing. Examples include picking up mail to handling a closing of…

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The Oregon medical power of attorney, or ‘Advance Directive’, and it consists of the health care treatment directive (living will) and the durable power of attorney for health care. With the Living Will, you state unequivocally which life-saving health care procedures you do and do not consent to, and under what circumstances. You also can choose a health care representative to make all your other…

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Created by the Oregon Department of Revenue to allow a resident to select someone else, usually a tax professional like a Certified Public Accountant or Tax Attorney, to handle any and all filing and tax related matters on their behalf. This form does not need to be notarized or signed in the presence of any witnesses. The form will most commonly be attached to the…

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The Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) allows for an owner of a vehicle in Oregon to choose someone else to handle title or registration related filings with any office. The make, model, and VIN number must be completed along with the owner’s information and signature to make it valid. The form cannot be transferred to another individual after it has been completed and does not…

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Oregon Power of Attorney Forms